Adelheid name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Old High German and Germanic
Usage: German, Dutch, Scandinavian, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Adelheid a-del-heid
Meaning: Noble and Fight and Of Noble Figure
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What does Adelheid mean?

Used in Swedish, Dutch, Danish, German, Scandinavian, Norwegian and Finnish persistent and queer, Adelheid is used as a girl name which is rooted from Germanic and Old High German, Adelheid means "Of a Noble Kind or Of Noble Figure".

Adelheid is form of unfading and renowned Adelaide. Adelaide is variation of everlasting and admired Adela. Adelaide is form of Adelheid in French language. Also Adelaide is Nordic equivalent of Adélaïde.

Meaning of Adelaide is Of Noble Figure and Noble and Fight is originated from Old High German and Germanic. Adelheid is variant form of persistent and celebrated Adela. Adela is short version of names with "nobility".

Adela is equivalent of Adele in Italian language. Also Adela is equivalent of Names Containing the Name Element Adal in German language. Adela's meaning is Honorable, Small Winged One and Love is originated from Old High German and Germanic.

Adelheid is German equivalent of Adalhaid. Adelheid is celebrated on 16 December.

How do I pronounce Adelheid?

The proper pronunciation of two syllabled Adelheid is a-del-heid. Some people pronounce it as ad(e)-lheid.

Variants of Adelheid

Adalheidis, Adaliz, Adelais, Adalheid, Adela, Adelaide, Adele, Adalaide, Adelise, Adalie, Adell, Adélaïde, Adalayde, Alline, Aleit, Eline, Adelice, Lettie, Aletta, Aleida, Adalhaid

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How popular is the name Adelheid?

Adelheid is an uncommon baby name in United States where it has been in use since 1894 and peaked in 1894 when it ranked 1353rd. Over 133 babies in United States have been named Adelheid.

Also, in France, it has been in use since 1900 and achieved its top most rank of 643 in 1916. But Adelheid is a popular baby name in Germany where every 1 in 2000 have the name as well as in Austria.

As per our research, over 80000 babies have been bestowed Adelheid around the globe.

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Adelheid in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Adelheid

Remember that life is to have fun and don't worry much. You always doubt yourself and your abilities. Learn your value. You are all about adventure and travel. Details matter to you, especially when it comes to choosing your love partner. You prefer to enjoy solitude because it's when your creativity strikes in. You are the mover and shaker of the world. You are sometimes manipulative and hated for it.

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Sibling Names for Adelheid

Adelheid is a beautiful traditional name, originating from Germany. Here are some sibling names that would pair well with Adelheid:

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Famous people named Adelheid

  • Adelheid Amalie Gallitzin, daughter of the Prussian Field Marshal Count Samuel von Schmettau and the mother of Prince Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin
  • Adelheid Popp, Austrian feminist and socialist
  • Adelheid Arndt in Der Mädchenkrieg as Actress


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  2. Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques,
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