Pamela Casada in the US

  1. #74,403,385 Pamela Carwyle
  2. #74,403,386 Pamela Carza
  3. #74,403,387 Pamela Carzo
  4. #74,403,388 Pamela Casaccio
  5. #74,403,389 Pamela Casada
  6. #74,403,390 Pamela Casaday
  7. #74,403,391 Pamela Casalanguida
  8. #74,403,392 Pamela Casalegno
  9. #74,403,393 Pamela Casanave
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Meaning & Origins

Invented by the Elizabethan pastoral poet Sir Philip Sidney (1554–86), in whose verse it is stressed on the second syllable. There is no clue to the sources that influenced Sidney in this coinage. It was later taken up by Samuel Richardson for the name of the heroine of his novel Pamela (1740). In Henry Fielding's Joseph Andrews (1742), which started out as a parody of Pamela, Fielding comments that the name is ‘very strange’.
74th in the U.S.
Most probably an American variant of Irish Cassidy, altered perhaps under Hispanic influence.
34,112th in the U.S.

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