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The feminine name Amy is a English version of the Old French name Amee, which means “beloved.” The name is a vernacular version of Amata from Latin. The name was used during the Middle Ages as an English name, but it did not become common until the 19th century when it was revived.

 

There are tons of notable people with the name Amy, from the American actress Amy Acker to the political activist Amy Carter. The name is also a popular fictional name for characters, like Amy Dunne from Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn or Amy MacDougall from the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond

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  • From the Old French name derived from Latin 'amatus' meaning beloved.

  • This name is originated from the middle English Amye. which derives from the French Aimee, born from a verb ‘aimer’ means ”To love”.

  • In Roman mythology Amy name was borne from the wife of King Latinus her daughter Lavinia later became the wife of Aeneas.

Famous Name Amy

  • Amy Clampitt

    was an American poet and author.Her first poem was published by The New Yorker in 1978. In 1983, at the age of sixty-three, she published her first full-length collection, The Kingfisher. In the decade that followed, Clampitt published five books of poetr

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Variant and Rhyming Names

Variant Baby Names of Amy:

Aimée, Aimee, Aimie, Aimy, Amada, Amata, Amé, Amee, Amecia, Ami, Amia, Amiah, Amice, Ami, Aimee

Rhyming Names of Amy: 

Amy with popular Hebrew Surnames

Amy Ridder,   Amy Scharf,   Amy Peres

Amy Name also appears in following Origin(s): French, Latin, English

Amy also appears in following countries/origins/languages: American, French, Latin, Italian, German

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Most of the new born have blue eyes right after their birth. This is because of the absence of the melanin tissue during birth. After the age of six months or one year in some cases, the melanin tissue starts getting activated, changing their eye colour.

Twin baby facts

If you want to know where in the world are the highest chances of giving birth to twins, the answer is West Africa. Similarly, the country which has the least chances of giving birth to twins is Japan.

New born don’t have the reflex to blink

Correctly said, new born babies don’t have very good reflex actions. An example of the same is that they don’t blink their eyes very often as adults do, this may be the reason you will always lose in the eye blink game.

Self - awareness test of the baby

Performing the self - awareness test of the baby is quite simple. If you put a red dot on the baby’s forehead and show him the mirror, notice what he does. If they rub the dot, they are aware, else not.

  • What does the name Amy mean? :

    Baby girl name meaning Truth in Hebrew. Amy also named in American, French, Latin, Italian, German for girl . We have received lots of suggestion from our website users on baby names. We are thankful for all the contribution on meaning of girl name Amy. What does the name Amy mean in other origin if you know then please suggest. Further suggestion or detail on what is the meaning of name Amy. History of name and famous personality with Amy will help to update our database and other website users.

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