Aðalgerður

Aðalgerður meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Norse, Hebrew, Germanic, Arabic and Old Icelandic
Usage: Icelandic
Meaning: Precious, Nobel, Spear Brave, Strength of the Spear, To be Guarded, Enclosure and Gerd
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Girl name Aðalgerður is dominantly used in Icelandic came from Old Norse. Aðalgerður is formed by unwonted ADAL and unwonted GERD. GERD is version of persistent and pleasing Gerard. Also GERD is variation of Gerðr, which itself is equivalent of Gert in German language. GERD is equivalent of Gert in German language.

Variants of Aðalgerður

Adalberaht, Adelgard, Gardbrand, Edelgard

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Popularity of Aðalgerður

Aðalgerður is an extremely rare name around the world.

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