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How to pronounce Adelaide a-de-la-ïde What does my name mean?
Meanings: Shining Light Sun Ray Compassion Light Like a Lion Foreign The Other French form of Adelheid (meaning: of noble figure). Namesake: Adelaide Ristori, Italian actress.
Comes from the Germanic "Adal and Hild" Means "noble fight" If Day 16 December.. Intelligent, hyper-sensitive, their strong emotions can affect their balance. Soft, subtle,Adelaïdeare also stubborn and full of common sense. Tolerant, generous,Adelaïdestrive to do good around them. Pedagogues,Adelaïdeare attentive educators. Warm, cheerful nature,Adelaïdepossess a profound sense of friendship and loyalty.
Full form of Adelaïde : Altruistic Dependent Enterprising Logical Alluring Dependable Efficient
St. Adelaide (or Alice) was born in 931. Daughter of the King of Burgundy, she married the King of Italy, Lothar II. Then a widow, she married King Otto of Germany 1. At the latter's death, she became regent and enjoys the benefits of his rank to the good of his subjects, especially the needy. She died 16 December 999 in a monastery where she had retired.
Expression number of Adelaide is 5.
Adelaide love adventure, excitement and freedom. Adelaide are clever, quick-witted and unusually adaptable. Adelaide are capable of doing anything they wish for.
Names that rhyme with Adelaide Famous people named Adelaide
Adelaide de Sousa in Daqui P'ra Frente as Actress
Adelaide Wilder in Vacation as Actress
Adelaide Teixeira in Estrada de Palha as Actress
Adelaide Humphreys in Hang on to Yourself as Actress
Adelaide Miller in Lonely in America as Actress
Meredith Adelaide in Gone as Actress
Adélaïde Leroux in Flandres as Actress
Adelaide Clemens in The Great Gatsby as Actress
Adelaide Kane in The Purge as ActressNames like Adelaide Adelaide Namesakes Related Names: Ade Adea Adean Adeana Adeanna Adebayo Adebisi Adebola Adebowale Adedamola Adedayo Adedeji Adedotun Adedoyin Adee Adeeb Adeeba Adeel Adeem Adeen Comments :Jeanna Hughes Adelaide is a proper name of the person Italian women. The name has come from the Germanic name Adalheidis, composed of the roots Nadal (or Athala, "noble", "nobility") and apartheid ; its meaning can be interpreted as "of noble birth" or "the noble ways", the "noble". In the UK was introduced for the first time by the Normans, but fell into disuse ; returned to be used starting in the nineteenth century thanks to the popularity of Queen Adelaide, wife of King William IV.
Variants of the name are Adelajdo, Adélaïde, Adalhaid, Adalheid, Adelheid, Adelheit, Adelaid, Adeleida, Adalheidis.
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