Miranda

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English[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

Invented by Shakespeare for a character in The Tempest, feminine of Latin mirandus "admirable".

Proper noun[edit]

Miranda

  1. A female given name.
    • ~1611 William Shakespeare: The Tempest: Act III, Scene I:
      Admir'd Miranda!
      Indeed, the top of admiration; worth
      What's dearest in the world!
  2. One of Uranus' moons.
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Etymology 2[edit]

MIRANDA v. ARIZONA, 384 U.S. 436 (1966), from a Spanish, Portuguese and Italian habitational surname.

Proper noun[edit]

Miranda

  1. A Miranda warning

Verb[edit]

Miranda (third-person singular simple present Mirandas, present participle Mirandaing, simple past and past participle Mirandaed)

  1. To read somebody their rights on arrest as set out in Miranda v Arizona.
    • Has the suspect been Mirandaed?
    • McCarthy provided that he was Mirandaed. I told her to videotape or to have someone videotape the conversation. 2003%20documents/03me40mc.pdf

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Proper noun[edit]

Miranda ?

  1. Miranda