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How to pronounce Adele a-déle What does my name mean?
Meanings: Nobility Noble Kind Soft Sweet Short form of Adelheid (meaning: of noble figure). Namesake: Adele Schreiber-Krieger, German women's rights activist.
Comes from the Germanic "Adal" Means: "noble" If Day 24 December.. Proud, a first a little haughty,Adèleare very active women who never stay in place. Intuitive,Adèlehave the taste of fantasy and horror have acquired habits. Their high sensitivity makes the sometimes unstable. Discrete, delicate and nice,Adèleare exclusive and give themselves passionately.
Full form of Adèle : Adorable Decent Likable Educated
Expression number of Adele is 9.
Adele are idealistic who embrace the principles of compassion and forgiveness. Adele are visionary who is wiling to make a better world and have the ability to influence masses. Adele are also creative and imaginative that gives them an artistic talent.
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Adèle Anderson in Company Business as Actress
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Madeleine Eastoe in Mao's Last Dancer as Actress
Adele Sandrock in Kirschen in Nachbars Garten as Actress
Adele McCann in Cracks as Actress
Madeleine Cannon in Upstairs, Downstairs as Actress
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Madeleine Saint Michael in Hollywood High Part II as Actress
Adele Palacios in Washington 4, Indians 3 as ActressNames like Adele Adele Namesakes Related Names: Ade Adea Adean Adeana Adeanna Adebayo Adebisi Adebola Adebowale Adedamola Adedayo Adedeji Adedotun Adedoyin Adee Adeeb Adeeba Adeel Adeem Adeen Comments :Willow Papke Adele is an inherited from French female first name, which was originally borrowed from the Germans. The name is also a short form of Adelaide. Is based on the root Germanic Nadal, "noble", and is therefore related with Ethel. Constituted originally a truncated form of names containing it, such as Adelaide or Adelasia. It is widespread throughout Italy, especially in the North. It is basically a secular name, although various foreign holy exist with this name. In Great Britain was introduced by the Normans ; fell into disuse after the Middle Ages, it was reported in vogue in the nineteenth century, together with the French form Adèle, which was imported, usually private accent.
Variants of the name are Adelia, Adelina, Alina, Adelo, Adelio, Adelino, Adeline.
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