Female, Proto-Indo-European, Virtues/Attributes

Amity

Amity is an English female given name derived from an English word meaning “friendship”. It comes from Old French aimitié (friendship) via Latin amicus (friendly, amicable) deriving from a PIE root word.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European

Meaning: friendship

Usage: English

Nicknames: Ami, Amy

Variants:

  • Amice (Medieval English)
  • Amica (Ancient Roman)

Male forms:

  • Ames (English)
  • Amys (Old English)
  • Amis (Medieval English, Medieval French)
  • Amyas (English)
  • Amias (English)
  • Amicus (Ancient Roman

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