a feminine name: dim. Mandy
Origin of MirandaL, feminine of mirandus, strange, wonderful from mirari: see miracle
designating or of the legal rights of an arrested person (as that of remaining silent or of being represented by counsel) and the required notification of such a person of those rights
Origin of Mirandaafter E. A. Miranda, defendant in the 1966 United States Supreme Court case establishing these rights
A satellite of Uranus.
Origin of MirandaAfter Miranda , daughter of the magician Prospero in The Tempest by William Shakespeare
Of or relating to a warning given by police to a criminal suspect advising of the constitutional right against self-incrimination and of the right to have a lawyer present during any interrogation.
Origin of MirandaAfter Ernesto A. Miranda (1940?-1976), petitioner in the case of Miranda v. Arizona (1966)