About AgathaGo back to names list
The name Agatha is originally of Greek origin, being derived from the adjective “agathos”, which means “good”. Agatha was a Christian saint in the 3rd century. In more recent years the name has been thought of as English, having been introduced here in the 11th century by the Normans. One famous bearer of the name is the late Agatha Christie, a renowned crime novelist from the UK.
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