What does Amarantha mean?
Also the name of both a mythical and a real plant. The mythical one was supposed to be immortal. Amarante is the French form.
Related girl name: Amantha.Kreatif forms:
(female) Agrantha, Amirantha, ..
(male) Amaranai, Amaranto, ..
How popular is Amarantha?
Amarantha is an uncommonly occurring first name for females. Amarantha is also an uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the birth name statistics of Amarantha for girls. Amarantha has not been recorded in the list thus far. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Suggested similar names are Aarona, Agatha▼, Amadita, Amaleta, Amalina, Amalinda, Amalita, Amalthea, Amalyna (see Amelia), Amalyta, Amana, Amanda▼, Amara▲, Amargot (see Amara), Amariah, Amarilla, Amarinda, Amarissa, Amarit, Amarra, Amata, Amatista, Amerah, Aminta, Amirah▲, Amoretta, Amrita, Amynta, Amyrah, Andranetta (see Andrea), Araminta, Arancha, Aranka, Arantxa, Arantza, Aranza▲, Aretha, Arletha, Artha, Atalanta, Atlanta, Bartha, Calantha, Carletha, Claretha, Cleantha, Cliantha, Diantha, Eartha, Giacintha (see Giacinta), Hyacintha, Iantha, Iolantha, Jacyntha, Jiacintha, Jolantha, Kalantha, Kliantha, Laretha, Mallantha, Martha▼, Melantha, Samantha▼, Samentha, Sammantha, Savannha, Semanntha (see Samantha), Semantha, Simantha, Symantha, Tabatha▼, Xantha, Yacintha, Yolantha and Zantha. These names tend to be more frequently used than Amarantha.