Dantea is a girl's name derived from the masculine Dante and of Latin origin. A short form of Durante, Dantea adopts the meanings “lasting” and “enduring.” Durante degli Alighieri, more commonly known as Dante, is a famous Italian poet from the Middle Ages, renowned for his epic poem Inferno, the first part of his Divine Comedy. Beautifully poetic, the extra “a” lengthens Dantea and creates a musical appellation with a literary appeal. Dantea’s resilient endearment may empower and remind baby of their unwavering inner strength.
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