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Forename Amanda

All over the world, Amanda (Amanda United States Brazil United Kingdom Indonesia Australia, Аманда Russia Ukraine Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan, アマンダ Japan, and others...) is a prevalent female given name. The first name Amanda is habitual in the United States, where it is a common girly name, Guam, and Brazil (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, the name is most common in the United States, Brazil, and the United Kingdom. Very seldom, Amanda is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Amanda

name Amãndã, name Amandus, name Mandy, name Âmanda, name Amánda, name アマンダ, name Ámanda, name Амандин, name אמאנדא, name אמנדה, name Àmàndà, name ماندي, name מנדי, name Amandá, name マンディー, name 曼达, name Amandà, name Àmanda, name Amanđa, name 曼迪, name Âmândâ, name Манда, name Аманда, name Amanda, name اماندا, name Мэнди, name 曼蒂, name 艾曼达, name マンダ, name آماندا, name Manda, name Amandine, name Ãmanda, name Amànda, name Anda, name Amąndą, name ﺍﻣﺎﻧﺪﺍ
Amanda Australia, Brazil, United States, United Kingdom, Indonesia
Аманда Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan
アマンダ Japan
آماندا Iran
אמנדה Israel

First name Amanda in the context

Amanda is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Amanda Grayson , the fictional human, Brother; Amanda Waller , the DC Comics character, Batman: Hush; Amanda Sefton , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, Uncanny X-Men; Amanda Tanen , the fictional character, Ugly Betty and Amanda , the fictional character from Detroit: Become Human, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of amanda ruter dufour amanda ruter dufour amanda ruter dufour American poet (1822-1899), US (b. 1822) link
picture of amanda m. edmond amanda m. edmond amanda m. edmond gender: female birth/death: 1824-1862 VIAF[72739249] LCAuth[n82084383], US (b. 1824) link
picture of amanda helander amanda helander amanda helander Swedish painter (1825-1885), SE (b. 1825) link
picture of amanda minnie douglas amanda minnie douglas amanda minnie douglas U.S. writer (1831-1916), US (b. 1831) link
picture of amanda rylander amanda rylander amanda rylander Swedish actress, SE (b. 1832) link
picture of amanda l. aikens amanda l. aikens amanda l. aikens American editor, philanthropist (1833-1892), US (b. 1833) link
picture of amanda jones amanda jones amanda jones American author and inventor, US (b. 1835) link
picture of amanda kerfstedt amanda kerfstedt amanda kerfstedt Swedish novelist, playwright and translator, editor (1835-1920), SE (b. 1835) link
picture of amanda smith amanda smith amanda smith African-American evangelist (b. 1837) link
picture of amanda deyo amanda deyo amanda deyo American minister, activist, correspondent (1838-1917), US (b. 1838) link
picture of amanda brewster sewell amanda brewster sewell amanda brewster sewell American painter, US (b. 1839) link
picture of amanda nerman amanda nerman amanda nerman Swedish actress, SE (b. 1841) link
picture of amanda bergstedt amanda bergstedt amanda bergstedt Swedish painter (1841-1918), SE (b. 1841) link
picture of amanda sidvall amanda sidvall amanda sidvall Swedish painter (1844-1892), SE (b. 1844) link
picture of amanda forsberg amanda forsberg amanda forsberg Swedish ballet dancer, SE (b. 1846) link

Characteristic surnames

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