AramintaI think its very royal sounding, and I love the Minty sound to it.
Araminta was the real name of Author and slave-turned abolitionist Harriet Tubman (1822-1913). The name was coined by the 17th century author William Congreve for his 1693 comedy The Old Bachelor. It may be a blending of two earlier literary names: Aramantha, from Richard Lovelace's poem, "Aramantha: A Pastorall" (1649) and Amynta, from John Dryden's "Go tell Amynta, gentle swain" (1680s). Amynta is based on the Greek name Amyntas, which means "defender."
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