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Never seen this name until now. It's very pretty. Makes me think of a beautiful Spanish woman.
― Anonymous User  5/21/2007
Armida is the main villainess in Handel's opera "Rinaldo."
Elvenscholar  12/18/2007
Had a next door neighbour called Armida. Later on I found out it came from Tasso's poem and also the subject of many operas the most prominent being Lully, Gluck, Rossini and Dvorak. Probably derived from the Arab name 'Amida'.
― Anonymous User  3/9/2010

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