Medea
Origin/Usage
Greek
Pronunciation
mə-DEE-ə
Meaning
Cunning lady
Like the Name Medea?
BOYS
GIRLS
+ Medea
+ Add to My Favorites

More info about the name "Medea"

Medea originates in Greek language and means "cunning lady". In Greek mythology, she was an important woman, sorceress and the wife of Jason, a famous Greek leader of the Argonauts in their quest for the Golden Fleece. The story of Medea and Jason was popularized in the ancient Greek tragedy of the same name written by Euripides in the 5th century. As a feminine given name Medea is very rare in the United States.

Also Spelled Like...

Medeah, Medeia, Medeiah

We don't know of any famous people with this name
+ Add a Name ·
Do you like the name Medea?
Discussion on the name Medea
Weekly Prize Big thumb dry rack

The First Years Spinning Drying Rack & Organizer holds bottles, pacifiers, breast pump parts and more. Place items in the rack to dry and keep organized until next use. There is even a space to hold your bottle brush or toddler utensils. No worrying about puddles - the drying rack drains directly into the sink, or use the attachable tray to catch water and keep counters dry. It has a large capacity holding 8 bottles including nipples, collars and covers.

The BellyBallot Story

We built BellyBallot to make naming your baby more fun. In under 2 minutes, parents can involve friends and family via Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ to vote on their favorite names. Parents can now include loved ones from all over the globe on the joyous occasion of celebrating a new child's life.