Comments for the name Andromache


Comments for ANDROMACHE:

Pronounced and-DROM-uh-KEE. You want to blend together the first half of the name, while also stretching it out; the same is done with the 'KEE'.
-- echo_of_the_past  9/12/2005
While I think Andromeda is cool, this name sounds ugly to me. I don't like what comes after Andro, basically.
-- slight night shiver  4/25/2008
Given the name's sound (and its meaning, as I later felt), I'd say it suits a boy better. Just swap the ending "-e" for "-os" and it can go perfectly on a son.
-- seraphine_eternal  6/16/2008
The French form of the name is Andromaque and it's well known in France, because of a famous tragedy written by Jean Racine in the 17th century.
-- Marie-Amelie  7/7/2008
My hubby's family (all Greeks) pronounce this name andro-MAK-HE!
-- Anonymous User  9/24/2008
Andromache was played by Saffron Burrows in the 2004 film "Troy".
-- Hannah Ruth  2/1/2009
I've always pronounced this "an-DROM-ah-kee", like Andromeda with an "akee" instead of the "eda". I think it's an absolutely gorgeous name. I'd love to use it some day!
-- Sophannagh  3/8/2009
"Battle of a man" really makes no sense to me. "Fighting man", perhaps, but not as a female name. "Fights like a man"? Also unlikely. And the character in the Iliad is the model of a soldier's wife - loyal, supportive, warm and loving; not a bit aggressive. Perhaps it could be something like "Belongs to a man of conflict", which makes us shudder but would have been A-OK in antiquity.
-- Anneza  2/3/2012

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