Origin of the Name Mandy

The name Mandy is usually a nickname for Amanda or Miranda. It can also be a nickname for the masculine names Armand, Emmanuel, Mandel, and Armando.

Meaning of the Name

The English meaning of Mandy means worthy of being beloved.

Popularity of Mandy

Mandy was a popular song name back in the 1970s. In the past 10 years, Mandy failed to make it into the top 100 boys or girls names in England. Mandy was most popular in the 1970s than any other time. In 2015, Mandy ranked 4050th out of 5742 in popularity.

Famous People Called Mandy

Mandy Haberman is a famous English inventor and entrepreneur who invented the Haberman Feeder and the Anywayup cup. The Haberman Feeder is a bottle specifically designed for infants having trouble drinking from a baby bottle or breastfeeding. The Anywayup Cup is a toddler cup designed with a patented spill proof valve.

Mandy Davies is a British hockey field player in the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Mandy McCartin is known for painting characters who live in inner city England.
Mandy Sellers ,born in 1975, was diagnosed with Proteus syndrome. It had no effect on her leading a normal life.

Mandy is the name of a popular song sung by Barry Manilow in the 1970s.

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