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Gender: F Meaning of Violante: "purple flower" Origin of Violante: Greek and Latin

Too close to violent.

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Famous People Named Violante

Violante Placido, Italian actress ("The American")
Violante Beatrix, Grand Princess of Tuscany (wife of Grand Prince Ferdinando de' Medici), and later Governor of Siena
Violante Doria, an extremely successful Genoese soprano singer
Violante Beatrice Siries, Italian painter
Violante do Ceo, nun and celebrated poet
Violante Visconti, daughter of Galleazzo II Visconti, Lord of Milan, Duchess of Clarence (through her first marriage) and Marchioness of Montferrat (through her second)
Violante of Vilaragut, titular queen of Majora and later Vicomtesse d'Omélas

Pop Culture References for the name Violante

Some editions of Shakespeare's "All's Well That Ends Well" list a character called Violante; most likely it was what Shakespeare originally intended to call the character Diana.
Violante, Her Ugliness, from the Inkheart Trilogy