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An ancient Greek name, Amaranta-e (f), Amarantos (m).
Damis  3/3/2005
It is also the name of a tree in Spanish, the Amaranto. The tree's name means gentle and good.
frangg23  11/15/2005
I love this name, it sounds very literary, almost fairytale-like.
frangg23  11/16/2005
Amaranta is a character in Gabriel Garcia Marquez' 1967 novel, "one Hundred Years of Solitude".
jana46  5/20/2007
This name is best left to fairy tales. I can see the appeal but it just wouldn't work. Plus, it looks very bland and long written down.
Aureliano  2/26/2010

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