Agatha

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Agatha is a female given name. It comes from the Ancient Greek word agathos, meaning "good". The name last ranked in the Top 1000 girls names in the United States in the 1930s.

Saint Agatha of Sicily was a 3rd century saint. There was a famous crime writer named Agatha Christie. There have been several tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Region named Agatha. Tropical Storm Agatha in 2010 caused over $1 billion in damage and over three hundred deaths across Central America.

There are different versions of the name, for example Agata.

People named Agatha[change | change source]