Panthea

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Gender: F Meaning of Panthea: "all the gods" Origin of Panthea: Greek

Anthea would be simpler and prettier, though Panthea has possibilities.

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Famous People Named Panthea

Astarte Lulu Panthea Crowley, 1920-2014, daughter of occultist Aleister Crowley and Ninette Shumway
Pantea Arteshbod (550 BCE), Persian commander during the reign of Cyrus the Great. She was said to be the most beautiful woman in Asia, so she wore a mask during battle to prevent men from falling in love with her.
Pantea Bahram (b. 1970), Iranian actress
Pantea Panahiha, Iranian actress
Pantea Rahmani (b. 1971), Iranian artist, known for her self-portraits

Pop Culture References for the name Panthea

Pantheia, wife of King Abradatas in Greek legend
Panthea, in "A King and No King" (1619)
Panthea (1881), poem by Oscar Wilde
Lady Panthea Vyne, in "The Lady and the Highwayman"
Pronunciation: PAN-thee-a (a la pantheon) or pan-THEE-a

Pantheya, Panthia, Pantheia