US Popularity:10778
Other Origin(s):Indian, Latin, Spanish
Meaning:Of Amanda; Worthy of love, loveable; Deathlessness, the Buddhist concept of nirvana
If you want to show baby that they are deserving of love and affection, open your heart to Amata. This feminine moniker is Italian and Spanish and draws from Latin Amanda, meaning "worthy of love" or "loveable." While Amanda ruled the school in the '80s, Amata is still awaiting its moment to shine. Amata may also have Indian roots to the Buddhist concept of nirvana or a state of "deathlessness." So, with sweet enlightenment on the horizon, your love bug will embrace new friends and experiences with open arms!

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