Fidelia name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Latin
Usage: Spanish, Swedish, Danish and Finnish
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Fidelia fi-DAY-lee-ah
Meaning: Honesty, Trustworthiness and The Word Fidelis Which is of the Meaning Faithful
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What does Fidelia mean?

Renowned and Perpetual Fidelia is originated from Latin is used as a girl name, Fidelia means "Honesty, Trustworthiness or The Word Fidelis Which is of the Meaning Faithful" is substantially used in Finnish, Spanish, Danish and Swedish.

Fidelia is an effeminate form of Fidelio. Fidelio is form of customary and all time favorite Fidel. Fidelio is Spanish and Italian equivalent of Fidelis. Prominent and Ever lasting Fidelio is originated from Latin language, Fidelio means "The Faithful, Faith and Trustworthiness" is prevalently used in Italian and Spanish.

Fidelia is a feminine version of Fidelis. Fidelis is version of dominant and ever lasting Fidel. Dominant and Ever lasting Latin Fidelis, meaning of Fidelis is "The Faithful and Trustworthy". Fidelia is feminine variant of Fidelius.

Fidelius is variant form of unfading and noteworthy Fidel. Fidelius is equivalent of Fidelis in Latin language. Pleasing and Perennial Latin Fidelius is specifically used in Latin and German, meaning of Fidelius is "The Faithful and Honesty".

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How do I pronounce Fidelia?

The proper pronunciation of one syllabled Fidelia is fi-DAY-lee-ah with emphasis on second DAY syllable. Some people pronounce it as f(i)-de-lia.

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Middle Names for Fidelia

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How popular is the name Fidelia?

Fidelia is an uncommon baby name in United States, even after 86 years of use, it could not make it big. Over 711 people have been named Fidelia in United States. In France, it had been in use since 1901 and made it to the top 600 but has appeared since 1988.

But Fidelia is a popular baby name in Nigeria where every 1 in 6000 have the name as well as in, Mexico, Guatemala and Bolivia. At least, 90000 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.

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Fidelia in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Fidelia?

You have no problem standing up for what's right, no matter if it concerns you, someone you know or someone you've just met. When it comes to career, you prefer to take the easier road but realize soon that it's not the best way. You lack motivation and courage to take an action. So what if you fail? Start cleaning your karma and you will notice a tremendous change in your life. Back in time, you were too focused on your career until you realized there's something more important to live for.

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Sibling Names for Fidelia

If you're considering the name Fidelia for your little one, you might also be on the hunt for sibling names that complement it well. From classic to modern and everything in between, here are some inspired ideas for baby names that pair perfectly with Fidelia.

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Famous people named Fidelia

  • Fidelia Fielding, daughter of Bartholomew Valentine Smith and Sarah A. Wyyougs


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