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Meaning of Audrey: Noble Strength
Audrey was ranked 917 in 2015 US male names list and elevated by 0.43% from its previous ranking of 921 in 2014. Audrey was ranked 37 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 2.78% from its previous ranking of 36 in 2014. Comes from the Celtic "and halt roen" means "loud and royal". Celebrating June 23. Seductive and determined women,Audreyhave a very strong personality and not let it happen. Courageous, discreet,Audreylike to go through with whatAudreyundertake. Very sensitive,Audreyare sometimes vulnerable. Audrey have the presence and conversation. Their company is pleasant.
Full form of Audrey : Adventurous Unlucky Decisive Refined Efficient Young
Audrey is a rare first name for a girl in England & Wales which is a rare name since 1996 and ranked 386 in 2014. Only 823 people have Audrey as their first name. Audrey is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Audrey is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1907 and ranked 917 (0.000353% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 269514 people wear Audrey as their first name. Audrey is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1881 and ranked 917 (0.000353% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 269514 people have Audrey as their first name. Audrey is not a native United States and Audrey may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.075392% of people in US have this given name.
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English, Audrey is the daughter of Anna, king of East Anglia in the seventh century. This imposes marriage for political reasons, despite having made a vow of chastity. Refusing, Audrey flees and takes refuge in a monastery. Later, it will base an important mixed monastery that govern until his death on 23 June 679.
Expression number of Audrey is 11.
Audrey have high energy levels, just like a child. Audrey are highly sensitive and possess a high sense of awareness. Audrey are gifted with a sixth-sense, in addition to discerning and inspiring qualities.
Names that rhyme with Audrey
Andrey, Audrey, Aundrey, Awdrey, Deandrey, Deaundrey, Deondrey, Dondrey, Drey, Edrey, Landrey, MaudreyFamous people named Audrey
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Audrey Hepburn in Children of God as Actress
Audrey Neal in Teacher of the Year as Actress
Catherine-Audrey Lachapelle in L'amour au temps de la guerre civile as Actress
Audrey Betz in Monsieur Verdoux as Actress
Audrey Cooke in Brookside as Director
Audrey Hamilton in Episode #1.4 as Actress
Audrey Hepburn, actress Names like Audrey Audrey Namesakes Related Names: English: Audriana (Strong, Rich, Nobility), Audrianna (Noble Strength, Nobility), Etheldreda (Ireland, Poetic Name for Ireland, Peace), Audreah (Another form of Audrey, Noble Strength), Audreanne (Noble Strength, Derivative of Audrey), Audrin (Derivative of Audrey, Noble Strength),
German: Audrina (Noble Strength, Nobility), Edeltraud, Audrisya,
Other: Audria (Noble Strength), Audris (Noble Strength, Nobility, Lucky), Audrene, Audreen (Noble Strength), Audreya (Noble Strength, Nobility), Audreyana (Noble Strength, Nobility), Audreyann (Noble Strength), Audreyanna, Audreyna (Star, Presence), Audreyonna, Audreyrose, Audrew,
Posts having Audrey: Comments :Audrey is a proper name of person English female. It is a contraction of the medieval name Etheldreda (not to be confused with Etelreda ), a form Latinized of ' Old English Æðelðryð. The latter consists of æðele (or Ædel , "noble", which also Ethel ) and ðryð ( þryð , "might", "power", also present in Mildred and Elfrida ), and its meaning can be interpreted as "noble strength". It began to be used regardless of Etheldreda since the fifteenth century, but its circulation fell during the XVI , when it began to be considered a common name. The name was taken from a holy, Æthelthryth, popularly called saint Audrey, who, according to legend, died of cancer in his throat as punishment for his youthful passion for necklaces showy. In the feast day of the saint, to Ely , a fair was held in which were sold ribbons, ties and trinkets of little value; the name of the fair ( Saint Audrey ), is the word tawdry ( "tacky", "economomico", "flashy"), to which the name Audrey was associated, undergoing a further drastic drop in popularity at the end the Middle Ages.
Variants of the name are Audrie, Audra, Audrea, Awdrey, Awdrie, Audrye, Audie.
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