Ámóða

Ámóða meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Norse, Latin, Old Greek, Celtic, English and Hebrew
Usage: Old Norse
Meaning: The Agate Stone, The Good, The Word Agathos with the Meaning Kind Good, Pure, Lamb As Well, Modesty, Form of Anna, Gracious, God's Favour, Mercy, An Atom and A Prefix
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Particulary used in Old Norse, Ámóða is used as a baby girl name has origin in Old Norse. Ámóða is combination of AGI and MOD. Ámóða is a combination of EGG and MOD. Combination of prominent and conifer ANA and MOD resulted in Ámóða. creative and adventurous ANU and MOD are combined to form Ámóða. ANU is a variant form of venerable, biblical and noteworthy Anna, which itself is Finnish equivalent of Anna. ANU is Finnish cognate of Anna, which itself is form of Ana in Finnish language. Also ANU is form of Ana in Finnish language, which itself is form of Ano in Greenlandic language. ANU is also form of Ano in Greenlandic language. Ámóða is combination of AGI and MOD. Ámóða is a combination of EGG and MOD. Combination of prominent and conifer ANA and MOD resulted in Ámóða. creative and adventurous ANU and MOD are combined to form Ámóða. MOD is variant form of Modesty.

Variants of Ámóða

Aghvardh, Arnmóðr, *Móð-wíhaR, Anor, Analeib, Annor

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Popularity of Ámóða

Ámóða is an extremely rare name around the globe.

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