Hedy meaning and origin
Origin of Prominent Hedy is in Old Greek, Old High German and Germanic is prevalently used in Finnish, Norwegian, German, Danish, English, Swedish, Spanish and Dutch used as a girl name, meaning of Hedy is "Fight, Battle or War". Hedy is form of illustrous Hedi. Hedi is variant of Hedda. Also Hedi is a variant of prevailing Hedy. Hedi is also variation of Heda. Hedi is shortened form of Hedwig. Hedi's meaning is Guide and War is originated from Old Greek and Germanic. Hedy is form of Hedda in German language. Also Hedy is German and Dutch form of Hedwig.
Variants of HedyNames that rhyme with Hedy
Popularity of Hedy
In United States, Hedy was once a common name since emerging in 1915 it has been given to over 2253 babies. When at the peak of its usage in 1941,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 95 years. Hedy is a unique baby name in France, it has been in use since 1961 and was able to reach the top 1000 names. In 1996, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 951 on boy names chart when 26 babies were named Hedy. Over 570 babies in France have been named Hedy.
Hedy is a rare baby name in England and Wales there is very thin chances of it still being given. Hedy is a common name in Egypt, Indonesia, Brazil and Germany while somewhat familiar name in Austria, Canada, Philippines, Peru, China, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, Argentina, Tunisia, Australia, Guatemala and Suriname. At least, 20000 people globally have been given the name as per our estimate.
Hedy in Nordic countries
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Numerological analysis of Hedy
You make sure things done on time, so you can spend more time with your family and friends. You are deeply related to the 5 senses. You are a natural leader who's respected by people. Injustice makes you go crazy. You love to travel but lack the money at the moment. Having 5 as your soul urge number reveals your deep desire to change and transform all the time. You are highly intuitive and inspire as you go.
Other names liked by would be parents that are similar to Hedy
- Gia - Meaning of Gia is Heart, Love or God is Gracious is prevalently used in Marathi and Bengali used as a gender-neutral name is rooted from Hebrew and Old Greek
- Xan - Originated from Old Greek, Unconventional Xan bestowed upon both sexes used predominantly in English, Xan means "Protector of Mankind, The Elements Alexein Meaning to Ward Off to Defend and Helper and Defender of Mankind". Xan is diminutive of Alexander.
- Agnetha - Girl name Agnetha is of Old Greek origin, meaning of Agnetha is "The Pure or The Chaste" is commonly used in Finnish and Danish
- Panfilo - Anomalous Panfilo has its origin in Old Greek is used as a boy name, Panfilo means "Friend of All"
- Alexandra - Fashinable Fashinable, Enduring and Acclaimed Alexandra has its origin in Old Greek bestowed upon both boys and girls, Alexandra means "Helper or Defender of Mankind or Defender of Men" is used largely in Scandinavian, Greek and Portuguese
Namesakes of Hedy
- Hedy Schlunegger, Swiss alpine skier
- Hedy Lamarr, Austrian-born American film actress and inventor
- Hedy Burress, American actress
- Hedy Fry, Trinidadian-Canadian politician and physician
- Hedy d'Ancona, retired Dutch politician of the Labour Party
- Hedy West, American folksinger and songwriter
- Hedy Scott, Belgian-American model and actress
- Hedy Epstein, German-born Jewish-American political activist
- Hedy Sontag in 'Doc' as Actress
- Hedy Weatherford in The Prince and the Kiss as Actress
- Hedy Wong in Coming Up as Actress
- Actor Hedy Bader, notable for movie Hörig bis zur letzten Sünde
- Hedy Fassler played the significant role of Lilly von Waltersheim in 1948 comedy film Der Herr Kanzleirat.
- Hedy Searle, from 1919 drama movie Die Ehrenreichs, who characterized the N.
- In 1927, Hedy Waldow played the role of Tochter In movie Der Geheimtresor.
- In 1988, Hedy Dab characterized the role of N in flick The Myths of Mental Illness.
- In 1919 comedy film, Hoppla, Vater sieht's ja nicht, Hedy Ury played N.