US Popularity:3096
Other Origin(s):French, Latin
Meaning:Woman of praise who protects and defends; Horse protector; Rose of the world
Joining the trend of names steeped in vintage elegance is Rosamonde, a feminine appellation with several origins for your little flower bud to explore. As a French name, Rosamonde derives from the German Rosamund, bearing two honorable meanings for the spunky tot with a big heart. From the mighty “woman of praise who protects and defends” to the animal-loving “horse protector,” Rosamonde brims with courage and loyalty. Rosamonde was brought to England by the Normans, where it took on the Latin root rosa munda, meaning “rose of the world,” and refers to the Virgin Mary. Holding no shortage of faith and fortitude, Rosamonde is ideal for the little warrior with a penchant for heroism.

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