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This name was supposedly invented by William Shakespeare for a character in his last play ‘The Tempest’. Miranda was a young woman who was worthy of admiration, and this is the meaning given to the name. It is likely that he took inspiration from the Latin name Mirabel which also means ‘admirable’.
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