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This name is very popular in France.
-- Destry  4/13/2005
One of the main characters in B. Werber's book 'Les Thanatonautes' bears this name. Amandine Ballus is a nurse and one of pioneers of thanatonautics - exploration of the Continent of the Dead. Being very beautiful, she falls in and out of love several times as the story unfolds. She dies in the end together with her colleagues.
-- Elfstone  5/20/2006
John Malkovich gave this name to his daughter.
-- elizabeth hamlet  6/29/2007
A nice name, but it is also the French term for a dish served with a garnish of almonds. (In French, "amande" is almond.)
-- ponine  8/24/2008
Amandine would be an excellent name for a character in place of the overused, but attractive Amanda.
-- Emma McHnery  4/20/2009
Pronounced "AM-an-deen". Pretty name.
-- Hannah Ruth  10/18/2009
A-MON-dene (French pronunciation).
-- Encantadora  10/22/2010
I really like this name; it sounds quite smart and sophisticated. :)
-- walesgal92  10/30/2010
French (France not Canada) pronunciation is Ah-mahn-DEEN. With stress on the last syllable. [noted -ed]
-- Vergewaltiger  8/27/2011
In Jean-Pierre Jeunet's film "Amelie", Amandine is the name of Amelie's mother.
-- unafraidofbears  9/18/2013

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