Pamela Gorga in the US

  1. #74,414,035 Pamela Gorena
  2. #74,414,036 Pamela Gorenflo
  3. #74,414,037 Pamela Goreswski
  4. #74,414,038 Pamela Goretz
  5. #74,414,039 Pamela Gorga
  6. #74,414,040 Pamela Gorgas
  7. #74,414,041 Pamela Gorgei
  8. #74,414,042 Pamela Gorgen
  9. #74,414,043 Pamela Gorhum
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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.
Southern Italian and Catalan: topographic name from Sicilian gorga, Catalan gorg(a) ‘place where water collects’, ‘mill pond’, ‘gorge’.
61,858th in the U.S.

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