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I love this name. It sounds witchy and wonderful. Icy and magical. Anyone with this name has an air of mystery around them.
-- name_obsession  8/17/2005
Sounds too close Atlanta for me.
-- bibi66  1/12/2007
"Atalanta" doesn't really roll of my tongue very well, though that could be just me. I think many people would think it was "Atlanta" at first glance.
-- scarletquillraven  10/19/2007
I really like this name. Though I'd probably give her the nickname Tallie or Tala to reinforce "ah-TAH-lan-ta".
-- LynnMar  10/26/2008
A derivation of 'Atalanta' is 'Atlanta'.
-- 1m4n  1/3/2009
Stupid meaning.
-- Anonymous User  4/6/2009
The meaning isn't very good.
-- Kerules  5/28/2009
I actually quite like the story behind this Mythological name. The name itself doesn't flow very well for me, so I would hesitate to use it.
-- vomiting  6/12/2009
I like this name because I am called Atalanta. Kind of upset that others don't like it. In my opinion it's better than a name like Emily or Jane. But that's my opinion.
-- mnky-2  7/4/2009
I think it's a beautiful name, but I quite prefer Atalante (att-uh-LAN-tee). I think it's prettier, flows better, and solves the problem many of you have mentioned of being confused with "Atlanta."
-- honey.bee  8/28/2009
I love how this name sounds, but most people who are not familiar with classical culture (it should be taught more in schools) would probably associate it with 'Atlanta' and (no offense to anyone who lives there!) Atlanta has really no popular historical lore like Savannah or Sidney.
-- MiryamChannah  1/10/2012

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