Madison meaning, origin, history | Meaning of name

Name: Madison No. of characters: 7 Gender: GirlBoyOrigin: English
How to pronounce Madison ma-di-son What does my name mean? 
Meanings: Son Of MAUD Son of the Mighty Warrior Son of Madde Child of Mighty Warrior Child of Matthew English name, inspired by a place and family names, female short form of Matthew (meaning: God's Gift). In the United States particularly widespread.

Madison was ranked 873 in 2016 list of US boys name and dropped by 2.59% from its previous ranking of 851 in 2015. Madison was ranked 15 in 2016 list of US girls name and dropped by 36.36% from its previous ranking of 11 in 2015.

Full form of Madison : Moral Authentic Disciplined Interesting Suave Outspoken Nurturing

Madison is a very very popular first name for a girl in England & Wales which is popular since 2000 and ranked 111 in 2015. Around 15422 people wear Madison as their first name. Madison is a rare first name for a boy in England & Wales which is a rare name since 1997 and ranked 111 in 2015. Only 15422 people have Madison as their first name. Madison is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.

Madison was uncommon first name for a boy but is a widely used first name for a girl which is popular since 2016 and ranked 873 (0.001069% bearer) in 2016 in US. Around 373280 people wear Madison as their first name. Anglo-Saxon Diminutive of Madeleine. Comes from the Hebrew "Magdala" Name of a villager of Galilee where lived Mary Magdalene. Celebrate July 22nd. Name seems a United States native name if we look into the dominance Madison showcases in the charts. 0.103270% of people in US have this given name.

Complete history of Madison
YearRankOccurence
Popular girl name in
1986343646
1987312750
1988290822
19892181226
19902011407
19911282468
19921063165
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History of Madison

Among women who mourned the death of Jesus, Mary Magdalene was the first, according to the Gospel, even before the apostles, to meet the Risen Christ. It was from Magdala, Palestine, near Lake Tiberia and was a repentant sinner to whom Jesus forgave his past wanderings. - The "on" suffix in Madison, meant in the Middle Ages, in Anglo-Saxon, "son of" or "daughter". Madison, daughter of Madi. Among the women who mourned the death of Jesus, Mary Magdalene was the first, according to the Gospel, even before the apostles, to meet the resurrected Christ. She was from Magdala, Palestine, near Lake Tibary and was a repentant sinner to whom Jesus forgave his past wanderings. - the suffix "on" in Madison, meant, in the middle-ages, among the Anglo-Saxons, "son of" or "daughter of". Madison, daughter of Madi.

Expression number of Madison is 3. Their susceptibility makes them soup with milk. Madison are lively, imaginative, enthusiastic and optimistic. In a changing mood, they are not always temporary in the face of hardship. Madison are expressive and inspire others wherever they go. Without passion, they do not go far, with passion, they carry the mountains. Madison possess great verbal skills which make them good comedian, artist or writer. Affectionate, they are insatiable lovers. Lively, active, they are sometimes difficult to follow. Warm, welcoming, they communicate their enthusiasm to those around them.

Names that rhyme with Madison Famous people named Madison
Madison Lygo in The Zero Theorem as Actress
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Madison Eror in Wahine'inoloa as Actress
Madison Scott in The Stalker as Actress
Madison Oldroyd in The Prince of the Blood as Actress
Madison Hathaway in A Poptastic Dance for Two as Actress
Madison Poer in The Young and the Restless as Actress
Madison Absher in The Sacrament as Actress
Madison Kent in Frequency as Actress
Chelsea Madison in The Hunger Games as Special Effects
Names like Madison Madison Namesakes Related Names: Mada Madai Madailein Madajah Madalaine Madalee Madaleine Madalen Madalena Madalene Madaleno Madalie Madaliene Madalin Madalina Madaline Madalinn Madalon Madaly Madalyn Posts having Madison: Comments :Soila Scarpa Madison is a female first name, consisting of the Scandinavian - Germanic dates room. Madison translates as "son of Maud". Maud is the Germanic form of Mathilde, whose meaningful significance can be translated as "strength in battle" ( maht - the Germanic name for strength, power; hild , hiltja for battle). Especially in the United States, the original delighted Matronym as a first name for girls - since the film Splash - A virgin on the hook of 1984 - a growing popularity. As a variant, there Maddison and Madisyn. Famous people of this name are Madison Cawein (1865 - 1914): American poet, Madison Smartt Bell: a novelist; Madison McGraw: author, Madison Grant: American legislator, Madison Hedgecock: American football player. Popularity of Madison
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