Aðaldís

Aðaldís meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Norse, Hebrew, Germanic and Arabic
Usage: Icelandic
Meaning: Precious, Nobel and Female Deity, Woman, Goddess
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Girl name Aðaldís is used in Icelandic is rooted from Old Norse. atypical ADAL and DIS are combined to form Aðaldís. ADAL is form of renowned and biblical Abel. Also ADAL is a version of widespread Adil. atypical ADAL and DIS are combined to form Aðaldís.

Variants of Aðaldís

Adalberaht, Alfdís, Dísella, Álfdís

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Popularity of Aðaldís

Aðaldís is an uncommon name around the world.

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