Pamela

Invented during the 16th century by poet Sir Philip Sidney for his poem, "Arcadia." The name was also used by 18th century writer Samuel Richardson for the title character in his best-selling novel, "Pamela." The name was influenced from 1978 to 1991 by character Pam Ewing on the popular prime time television soap opera, "Dallas." Canadian actress, model, and television personality, Pamela Anderson, is a current namesake. , Honey

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