feminine Minta

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Origin:
english literature
Name Root:
ARAMINTA
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Araminta is a feminine given name whose first recorded use is in William Congreve's comedy The Old Bachelor (1693). A similar name was used by poet Richard Lovelace for the title heroine of “Aramantha: A Pastorall” (1649). John Dryden apparently used a variant of the masculine Greek name Amyntas for a female character in “Go tell Amynta, gentle swain” (the 1680s).

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