Addai meaning and origin
Addai is a resultant of Thaddeus. Thaddeus is a version of An Aramaic Name Meaning Brave. Thaddeus is Aramaic equivalent of Theodoros or Theodotus. Also Thaddeus is Aramaic and Greek equivalent of A Greek Name:. Meaning of Thaddeus is Heart, Udder and Courageous and Praise has origin in Aramaic and Old Greek.Names that rhyme with Addai
Popularity of Addai
Addai is an uncommon baby name in United States still in use today. Addai is a rare baby name in England and Wales however it is still in use. But Addai is a popular baby name in Ghana where every 1 in 3000 have the name. As per our findings, over 10000 people has been named Addai globally.
Numerological aspects of Addai
You are a person of many talents but prefer to play on the safe side when it comes to earning profits. Trust your intuition when it tells you a person isn't to be trusted. You know what they say, life happens while you are too busy making plans. It's time you give new people a chance and let go of your past. You need to practice listening. You get easily depressed from time to time because of how people live and the ugly things they're capable of.
Other names similar to Addai
- Hamony - Hamony's meaning is Musical Combination of Chords, Concord and Harmony is originated from English is a girl name. Hamony is a derivation of Harmony.
- Cristella - Offbeat English Cristella means "Crystal, Precious Stone and Brilliant Glass" is used for girls. Cristella is derivative of Krystal.
- Elanore - Elanore's meaning is Shinning Light and Bright One Shining One is of Old Provençal origin is used as a baby girl name. Elanore is resulted from Eleanor.
- Neone - Origin of Neone is in English used for boys, meaning of Neone is "The Element Neos Meaning New". Neone is derived from Neon.
- Rito - Used in Swedish, Danish and Finnish frequently used, Rito is aimed at baby boys. Rito is Finnish cognate of Risto
Namesakes of Addai
- Addai II Giwargis, incumbent Catholicos Patriarch of the Ancient Church of the East and resides in the Apostolic See of Seleucia-Ctesiphon