What does Amata mean?
Amata [am-a-ta] as a girls' name is of Indian origin, and the meaning of Amata is "deathlessness". Amata, in Indian Pali, is described by the Buddha as nirvana or a state of "deathlessness". Also form of Amada. Also form of Amanda. Also form of Amy.
(female) Adata, Amiata, ..
(male) Amamo, Amatai, .. MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGS
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How popular is Amata?
Amata is an uncommonly occurring first name for females but a somewhat prominent last name for both adults and children (#98298 out of 150436, Top 65%). (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Amy (#158 LAST YEAR), Amanda (#316) and Amada are the popular varying forms of Amata (NOT RANKED). Adoption of these forms of Amata was common among parents 5 decades ago (AVERAGE #673) and has become much less since (#824, DOWN 95%), with forms like Amanda going out of style. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2015)
Amata is pronounced similarly to Amita, Amitie and Amity. Other suggested similar names are Adala, Adana, Adara, Agata, Agate, Agatha▼, Agatta, Agota, Ahava, Alaia▲, Alala, Alana▲, Alaya▲, Allta, Almeta, Almita, Ama, Amadea, Amadia, Amadita, Amahl, Amahla, Amaia, Amal, Amala, Amalea, Amaleta, Amalita, Amaly, Amalya, Amana, Amani▲, Amantha, Amara▲, Amari▲, Amaya▲, Amena, Amera, Amia▲, Amica, Amika, Amina▲, Aminta, Amira▲, Amisa, Amit, Amiya▲, Amma, Amrita, Amya, Amynta, Anaca, Anafa, Anaka, Anat, Anath, Anaya▲, Aneta, Anita▼, Arava, Asta, Atara, Avana, Ayala, Ayana, Beata, Elata, Kata, Lata, Mata, Nata and Zlata. These names tend to be more frequently used than Amata.