|Pronunciation||📣 \a-man-da, am(a)-nda\|
|Number in U.S||👶 789,000|
|Rate in 2021||886|
|Name origin||🌍 Latin|
The name Amanda, in masculine Amando, comes from the confluence of two names. On the one hand from the Germanic 'Ald-mann' (old man) or 'Athal-mann' (noble man) and on the other from the Latin 'Amandus' (loved by others). Some scholars believe that the name Amanda was invented by the 17th century British playwright Colley Cibber, who gave it to a character in his play 'Love's Last Shift'. Noel Coward later named Amanda in "Private Lives."
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