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I love this name. It's beautiful.
-- Anonymous User  12/26/2004
Famous bearer is Andromeda (Black) Tonks, mother of Nimphadora Tonks, on Harry Potter.
-- Anonymous User  3/18/2005
In the book 'My Sister's Keeper' the main character had this name and was called Ana for short.
-- PeacieFreak13  8/5/2005
There is a galaxy named after Andromeda, very close to our own, and a subject of extensive observation by astronomers due to its having similar properties to the Milky Way. This galaxy can also be easily seen with the naked eye.
-- Andromeda  8/24/2005
The above stated galaxy can actually be seen in the contellation Orion.
-- PVega  9/19/2006
I think this name is very beautiful, and definitely not overused.
-- Anonymous User  3/29/2007
I think that there's some sci-fi TV show called Andromeda. I believe that it's something like Star Trek. That's what I think of everytime I hear the word Andromeda.
-- bobcat_explorer  5/23/2007
This name is AWESOME. There's a ton of ways you can pronounce it, and each way is beautiful. Plus, the nickname can be Andy. Don't see a lot of girls with the nickname Andy, do ya now? :D
-- rv14142  8/20/2007
I love the Andromeda! I know a married couple whose names are Andrea and Andrew, and I totally think they should name their daughter (if they ever have one) Andromeda. Keeping with the Andr theme! Andromeda is awesome!
-- harry_sent_me  9/8/2007
Both Andrea and Andrew come from the Greek word "Andro" meaning "man."
-- MoonAgeDaydreamer  1/7/2009
Andromeda is my second middle name, I love it. The Greek myth with Perseus and Andromeda is one of my favourite. I go by "Andie" as a nickname rather than my first name as I love my middle name so much.
-- Anonymous User  2/15/2008
This would be a really cool name to use, but I'm afraid it's a bit too strange and ''big'', if you get my drift. It could work as a somewhat unconventional middle name, though, and it can always be shortened to Andie.
-- slight night shiver  4/19/2008
Andromeda is one of the most beautiful names I have ever heard.
-- -Julia-  7/23/2009
I can't help but feel this name is a bit stupid. Maybe it's because of the brainless science fiction series of the same name.
-- LakeGirl  8/10/2009
Love Outside Andromeda are an Australian indie rock band.
-- vomiting  1/7/2010
Very strange and unusual, not unlikeable though. :)
-- walesgal92  8/6/2010
Very important sounding name! I like it. I can't really picture calling a sweet little girl Andromeda, though.
-- Chrila96  10/31/2010
My big sister's called Andromeda! We always used to call her Andie but then some People found out that my name was Pandora and I go by Pandy for short. "Here comes Andy-Pandy and Looby-Lou, happy as they can be Teddy too..." Not nice ¬_¬ I wasn't too bothered but we always called her Meda after that. We pronounce it 'Andro-meda' like 'drove' but with out the 'v' sound.
-- MrsSiriusBlack  1/9/2011
Andromeda also means "she who has bravery in her mind," which I personally prefer.
-- Anonymous User  6/22/2011
It's a really beautiful name. I myself wouldn't use it, but I still find it stunning. It would make a great name for an alien princess in a sci-fi story.
-- Black_X  9/7/2011
This name is absolutely stunning. Andromeda... I think of a beautiful, strong, and mysterious woman. However, I don't think I could ever name my child this. It's too unheard of... maybe as a middle name. Or maybe even as a first name if I think it over. :)
-- BTM  5/11/2012
My first name is Andromeda, I would like to know how many others there are, I have never met another, but I would love to. I am 3rd generation Greek and very proud of it. I have done research and I'm very very proud of my unique name and origin.
-- andromedaazezeljones  6/22/2012
I've also seen this name interpreted as latinisation of the Ancient Greek Andromede meaning "ruler of men", or meaning "mindful of her husband" or meaning "advising like a man". I don't which, if any, is accurate. Also, the French form is Andromède, the Catalan is Andròmeda and the Spanish is Andrómeda.
-- Anonymous User  7/25/2012
"The Andromeda Strain" is a sci-fi novel published in 1969 that got a movie adaptation in 1971.
-- Rin_0911  9/8/2012
This sounds like such a ridiculous name. It's super long for one thing, and none of the sounds in it are at all flattering or pretty. Plus it's the name of a galaxy.
-- Anonymous User  1/13/2013
www.pronouncenames.com says it is pronounced An-droh-meda. I think I like this pronunciation better.
-- thesnowwhiterose  5/1/2013
I love the name Andromeda, and the nickname Meda sounds so sweet!
-- Strangak  5/22/2013
If I ever have a daughter, I'm definitely naming her this.
-- lawlipop  6/14/2014

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