Afrodite name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: Italian, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish
Meaning: Risen from the Foam
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What does Afrodite mean?

Afrodite means Risen from the Foam came from Old Greek, particulary used in Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and Italian is used as a baby girl name . Afrodite is a form of Aphrodite.

Aphrodite is Latin equivalent of The Greek Name Αφροδιτη. Aphrodite is originated from Old Greek, Aphrodite means "Risen from the Foam, Risen from Foam and Aphros Meaning Foam".

Variants of Afrodite

Aphrodite, Afrodita

Middle Names for Afrodite

Hete, Micheline, Yaen, view more middle names that goes with Afrodite

How popular is the name Afrodite?

Afrodite is a familiar baby name in Brazil, Greece and United States. At least, 400 people globally have been given the name as per our estimate.


Afrodite in Nordic countries

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Here's what numbers has to say about Afrodite

You want to be the boss in every situation. You can easily get turned off by a person's reckless behavior or bad habits. You are daring and courageous. You have a sharp focus and nothing slips your eye. You are an adventurer who follows his intuition. You have high aspirations in life, and to achieve your goals. Positive energy adores your spirit. You are all about adventure and travel. No one is as kind these days and has the same heart as you do.

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  •  Kassandre - Meaning of Kassandre is Virile or Warrior is used in English, rooted from Greek and Old Greek is given to girls
  •  Steffi - Unfamiliar Steffi has its origin in Old Greek language is used as a baby girl name which is particulary used in Danish and German, Steffi means "The Crowned, The Crowned or Crowning"
  •  Jacián - The boy name Jacián means "Greek Hero, Healer and Mythical Leader" used specifically in Spanish is originated from Old Greek language. Jacián is derived from Jason.
  •  Cathryn - The widespread and perennial girl name Cathryn is specifically used in English, Danish and Finnish, Cathryn means "The Pure and Dear" came from Old Greek. Cathryn is a derivative of Karine.

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