Popularity:1132
Origin:Latin
Meaning:Worthy of admiration, to be wondered at
Literature fans will love the feminine name, Miranda. William Shakespeare created this Latin-inspired title for the heroine of his play, The Tempest. Coming from the Latin verb miror, meaning “to admire,” Miranda means “worthy of admiration” and “to be wondered at.” Created in the 17th century, Miranda exudes vintage charm with a modern flair, making it a timeless choice for baby. Undeniably vogue, Miranda proves to be a chic and sophisticated name by appearing in The Devil Wears Prada and Sex and the City. If you want baby to always know how treasured they truly are, naming them Miranda is a great start.
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