Edith meaning, origin, history | Meaning of name

Name: Edith No. of characters: 5 Gender: Girl Origin of Edith: English German Swedish Norwegian Danish Dutch
How to pronounce Edith e-di-th What does my name mean? Meaning of Edith: Wealth, Fortune, Prosperous in War, Joyous, Prosperity, Battle, Rich Gift, Strife for Wealth, Rich in War, English name, in many countries spread, meaning the composition of "possession" and "struggle". In Germany, known since the 19th century. Namesake: Edith Piaf, French singer.

While Edith is a sort of name you would rather see your aunt called by, you cannot deny that the return of this name, through a Downtown Abbey character is all you needed to consider it. Edith is now officially a modern name with an old traditional meaning, a combination that unites the parents and the grandparents, given the meaning of Edith is “prosperous in war”, but still if you find that Edith is not your type of a name, fine, as not everyone likes everything, and your taste may differ from Cate Blanchett’s given she named her daughter Edith.

Edith was ranked 787 in 1995 list of US boys name and dropped by 2.21% from its previous ranking of 770 in 1994. Edith was ranked 464 in 2015 US female names list and elevated by 14.07% from its previous ranking of 540 in 2014. Comes from the Germanic "ed and idh" Means: "wealth and work" If Day 16 September.. These are "fonceuses" that do not easily change their minds. Women of action,Edithlead their family by their enthusiasm and determination. Honest, scrupulous,Edithattach importance that essentially despising trivia. Edith are quite authoritarian, possessive and jealous.

Full form of Edith : Excited Direct Intellectual Trustful Hopeful

Edith is a very very popular first name for a girl in England & Wales which is popular since 2013 and ranked 122 in 2014. Around 2443 people wear Edith as their first name. Edith is a rare first name for a girl in England & Wales which is a rare name since 1996 and ranked 122 in 2014. Only 2443 people have Edith as their first name. Edith is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.

Edith is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1880 and ranked 464 (0.014967% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 265439 people wear Edith as their first name. Edith is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1880 and ranked 464 (0.014967% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 265439 people have Edith as their first name. Edith is not a native United States and Edith may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.074252% of people in US have this given name.

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Edith loves adventure and independence and possess determination and originality. Edith generally leads and direct others and likes to establishes their individual identity.

Names that rhyme with Edith Aadith, Aashrith, Abdelouarith, Abdelwarith, Adhrith, Adhvaith, Adith, Advaith, Advith, Aelffrith, Aerith, Aethelfrith, Ahlfrith, Ailith, Ajith, Akshith, Alcfrith, Alchfrith, Aldfrith, AldithFamous people named Edith
Anne Meredith in Bastard Out of Carolina as Writer
Meredith Markworth-Pollack in Pilot as Costume Designer
Meredith Penman in The Cup as Actress
Meredith Bechtel in North Blvd as Actress
Meredith Forbes in Nog as Actress
Sherry Lee Meredith in Episode #1.33 as
Edith Peters in Il bisbetico domato as Actress
Meredith Berg in Void as Writer
Meredith O'Connor in Episode #2.1 as Actress
Édith Côté-Demers in Le scaphandrier as Actress
Edith Bosch is a Dutch sportswoman who competes in judo.
Edith Adam acted in TV series Adelheid und ihre M�rder
Names like Edith Edith Namesakes Related Names: Edi, Edia, Edib, Ediberto, Edica, Edice, Edid, Edida, Edie, Edied, Ediel, Edier, Ediet, Edieth, Edihe, Edik, Edika, Edil, Edilbert, Edilberto Posts having Edith: Comments :Edith is a female first name , consisting of the English was taken (from Old English ead for "heritage", "possession" and ġȳð for "fight"). The name came in Germany in the 19th century with other English names. The name Edith who in the 1920s and early 1930s among the ten most frequently awarded maiden name in Germany. From the early 1940s, its popularity declined, since the late sixties, it is hardly in use. Etymology of the name comes from' Old English Eadgyð, composed ead, "wealth", "prosperity" or "happiness" and GUD, "war". The first element that makes up the name is also found in other similar source names, such as Edgardo, Edric, Edmondo, Edvino and Edward. The name was very popular among the Anglo-Saxon aristocracy, and was also common after the Norman conquest. Rarificatosi after the fifteenth century, came into vogue in the nineteenth century. In France and Belgium he was recorded an increase of its use following the 1915, after the murder of Edith Cavell by the Germans. Variants of the name in different languages: Danish: Ditte, German: Editha, Edda, Edgitha, Edit, English: Edie, Edi, Edytha, Edythe, DEDI, French: Édith, Polish: Edyta, Portuguese: Edite, Czech, Slovenian, Croatian, Lithuanian: Edita, Dita, Hungarian: Edit. - Lai Wilsey Popularity of Edith

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