Aminta

Meaning : Defender,

Origin : Literature, Greek,

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Aminta Expression, Aminta Soul Urge, Aminta Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Aminta:

additionalLatin Meaning: The name Aminta is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Aminta is: Protector. A 17th century literary invention inspired by the Greek name for protector.

additionalForm of AMYNTAS used by the Italian poet Torquato Tasso for his play 'Aminta' (1573). In the play Aminta is a shepherd who falls in love with a nymph.

urban

Definition funny of Aminta:

urbanHebrew name meaning "truth, friendship." Variant spelling of Greek Amynta, meaning "defender."

urbanAminta is sometimes awkward, makes mistakes, talks too much, gets angry, talks loud, is too honest, hase mood swings but is herself.

expression

Expression information Aminta:

expressionPeople with this name tend to be a powerful force to all whose lives they touch. They are capable, charismatic leaders who often undertake large endeavors with great success. They value truth, justice, and discipline, and may be quick-tempered with those who do not. If they fail to develop their potential, they may become impractical and rigid.

soul

Soul information Aminta:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters.

songs

Songs about Aminta:

songsL'amerò, sarò costante (Il Re pastore KV 208: Aminta, 2.Akt) by Lucia Popp/Münchner Rundfunkorchester/Leonard Slatkin from the Album Mozart: Operatic and Sacred Arias

songsAtalanta, HWV 35: Atalanta, HWV 35: Act I - Recitativo: "Ecco Aminta!" by Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Susanne Rydén, Cécile van de Sant, Michael Slattery Nicholas McGegan from the Album Handel: Atalanta, HWV 35

songs5. L'Amero, Saro Constante. Andantino From Il Re Pastore, K 208 (Aria Of Aminta) by Judith Blegen from the Album Soprano Arias

songsAbónimo: Aminta Sale Más Bella by La Grande Chapelle Angel Recasens from the Album El Gran Burlador (Música para el Mito de Don Juan)

songsAminta e Fillide, HWV 83: Aria "Se vago rio" (Aminta) by Lucy Crowe and Harry Bicket from the Album Il caro Sassone: Handel in Italy

songsAminta e Fillide, HWV 83: Aria. Al dispetto di sorte crudele (Aminta) by Marco Vitale & Klaartje van Veldhoven Contrasto Armonico from the Album Handel: Complete Cantatas, Vol. 3

songsAminta e Fillide, HWV 83: Aria. Fermati, Non fuggir! (Aminta) by Marco Vitale & Klaartje van Veldhoven Contrasto Armonico from the Album Handel: Complete Cantatas, Vol. 3

books

Books about Aminta:

booksAminta: A Pastoral Play (Italica Press Dual-Language Poetry Series) (Documentary History of Naples) by Torquato Tasso, Charles Jernigan and Irene Marchegiani Jones (Nov 1, 2000)

booksAminta (Italian Edition) by Torquato Tasso (Jun 24, 2012)

booksAminta: A Pastoral Play (Italica Press Dual-Language Poetry Series) by Torquato Tasso, Charles Jernigan and Irene Marchegiani Jones (Mar 5, 2011)

booksLord Ormont and His Aminta - Complete by George Meredith (May 17, 2012)

booksAminta, Alceo, Egle, Favole Teatrali Del Secolo Xvi.... (Italian Edition) by Torquato Tasso, Antonio Ongaro and Giambattista Cinzio Giraldi (Sep 24, 2012)

booksAminta. A pastoral drama by Tasso Torquato (1924)

booksAminta: A Pastoral Play. .(Book Review): An article from: Renaissance Quarterly by Madison V. Sowell (Dec 15, 2005)

wiki

Wiki information Aminta:

Aminta
Book, Written Work, Adaptation, Play, Translated Work

Aminta is a play written by Torquato Tasso in 1573, represented during a garden party at the court of Ferrara. Both the actors and the public were noble persons living at the Court, who could understand subtle allusions the poet made to that style of...

Aminta Granera
Woman, Person

Aminta Elena Granera Sacasa is the Director General of the National Police of Nicaragua. She was born on September 18, 1952, in a very rich family of Leon. She is the oldest of five brothers and sisters. She had a very privileged childhood.