What is the meaning of the name Maranda?

The name Maranda is primarily a female name of Latin origin that means Admirable.

Miranda is an English and Spanish given name, and also a common Spanish surname. It is derived from the Latin name/word "mirandus" meaning "Admirable and Wonderful."

Fictional Mirandas include the main character in the Shakespeare play, The Tempest and Miranda Hobbes from the television show, Sex and the City, played by played by Cynthia Nixon. Miranda Goshawk is the (fictional) author of a Book of Spells in the "Harry Potter" series by J.K. Rowling.

Famous Mirandas include Miranda Richardson, actress; Miranda Lambert, singer; Miranda Cosgrove, actress; Carmen Miranda, singer/actress; and Lin-Manuel Miranda, actor/playwright/composer.

Different Spellings of the name Maranda:

Maranda, Myranda, Meranda

People who like the name Maranda also like:

Charlotte, Victoria, Olivia, Amelia, Penelope, Aurora, Phoebe, Benjamin, Henry, Samuel, Mason, Isaac, Ethan, Nathan

Names that sound like Maranda:

Marenda, Miranda, Merinda, Mirinda, Mironda

Stats for the Name Maranda

checkmark Maranda is currently not in the top 100 on the Baby Names Popularity Charts
checkmark Maranda is currently #542 in U.S. births

Songs about Maranda

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Crazy Miranda - Jefferson Airplane
 
Miranda - Adam West
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Miranda - Dwight Twilley
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Miranda - Fleetwood Mac
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Miranda - Slowdive
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Miranda - The Halftones
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Miranda That Ghost Just Isn't Holy Anymore - The Mars Volta

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