Ida name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Old High German and Germanic
Usage: English, English, Hindi, Marathi, Sanskrit, German, Portuguese, Scandinavian, Spanish, Italian, Irish, Faroese, Old Norse, Icelandic, Greenlandic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Ida i-da
Meaning: Name of a King, A Stream of Praise, A Period of Time, Prosperous, Happy, Work, Labour, Woman, Thirst and The Seer
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What does Ida mean?

Desirable and Perpetual Old High German and Germanic Ida is used as a gender-neutral name which is largely used in Italian, Swedish, Old Norse, Hindi, Spanish, Norwegian, Marathi, Scandinavian, English, Irish, Faroese, Icelandic, German, Sanskrit, Finnish, Greenlandic, Danish and Portuguese, meaning of Ida is "Name of a King, A Stream of Praise, A Period of Time, Prosperous, Happy, Work, Labour, Woman, Thirst or The Seer"..

Ida is form of oldenwilement 'Ida-' Idaburga in German and French languages. Also Ida is German form of Names Containing the Name Element Id. Also Ida is German form of Names Containing the Name Element Hild.

It is celebrated on April 13th.

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How do I pronounce Ida?

The most common way to pronounce two syllabled Ida is i-da.

Variants of Ida

Eida, Ide, Id, Shanida, Idabelle, Idabel, Ejda

How popular is the name Ida?

Ida is a popular in United States where over 187125 new-borns have been given the name since 1880. Recently the name is rising, in 1880, the moniker grabbed the 7th spot and 4450 baby girls were given the name.

In addition to that, the moniker has been in the top 10 baby names 8 times A common name in England and Wales with over 1155 new-borns have been given the name since 1996.

Presently at its peak, the moniker grabbed the 271st spot and 177 baby girls were given the name. Also, Ida was a common name in France. Over 8416 babies have been named Ida since 1900.

When at its peak in 1901,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 63 years.

However things change on global perspective, Ida is extremely popular in Indonesia where every 1 in 600 have the name.

Also the baby name is popular in Brazil, Italy, DR Congo, Germany, Sweden, Argentina, Malawi, Norway, Central African Republic, India, Denmark, Gambia, Puerto Rico, Peru, Madagascar, Switzerland, England, Canada, South Africa, Togo, Benin, Malaysia, Chile, Austria and Hungary.

At least, 1090000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our research.

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Ida in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Ida

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Parents who liked Ida, loved these names

  •  Lynda means Form of Linda, Noble or Gentle used for both genders is of Germanic, Old Greek and Latin origin is especially used in Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish. Celebrated name Lynda captured 486th position on the list of baby girl names in 1974 in United States
  •  Thelma - Predominant and Perpetual Nordic, English and Greek Thelma bestowed upon both boys and girls used in Swedish, Icelandic and German, meaning of Thelma is "Helmet of War"
  •  Angelica - Largely used in Finnish and Bengali unfading and noteworthy, Angelica means "Angel, Messenger or Like An Angel", a gender-neutral name is of Latin and Old Greek origin
  •  Lucy - Lucy's meaning is Shining, Illumination or Daylight Babies has its origin in Latin, used dominantly in Swedish and Finnish is a gender-neutral name
  •  Bert - Desirable and Venerable unisex name Bert is of Germanic and English origin, meaning of Bert is "Dominion, Composition or Day-bright" is largely used in Norwegian and German

Sibling Names for Ida

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Famous people named Ida

  • Ida Haendel, Polish-British violinist
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  • Ida Nyrop Ludvigsen, Danish translator and official
  • Ida Fuller, was one of the five founding members of Sigma Kappa sorority
  • Ida C. Ward, British linguist working mainly on African languages
  • Ida Rhodes, American mathematician
  • Ida Laura Pfeiffer, Austrian traveler and travel book author
  • Ida Nettleship, English artist
  • Ida Schöpfer, Swiss alpine skier
  • Ida Vos, She wrote books for adults and children
  • Ida Presti, French classical guitarist and composer
  • Ida Jenbach, playwright and screenwriter for German and Austrian cinema during the 1920s
  • Ida Pruitt, bi-cultural social worker, author, speaker
  • Ida Stover Eisenhower, mother of U.S. President Dwight David Eisenhower
  • Ida Lee, , historian and poet, was born at Kelso
  • Ida Fink, (,
  • Ida B. Wise, primary author of the Sheppard Bill
  • Ida Gerhardt, classicist and Dutch poet of a post-symbolist tradition
  • Ida R. Hoos, American sociologist best known as a critic of systems analysis using mathematical formulae and disregarding social factors
  • Ida Marie Lipsius, German writer and music historian
  • Ida Conquest, leading lady of Broadway
  • Ida G. Athens, author of a collection of poetry titled 'Brethren'
  • Ida Baccini, Italian writer for children
  • Ida Roland, Jewish Austrian and German actress
  • Ida Faubert, Haitian writer
  • Ida Bagus Oka, Governor of Bali, Indonesia from 1988 to 1993
  • Ida Bagus Mantra, Governor of Bali from 1978 to 1988
  • Ida Mett, Belarusian-born anarchist and author
  • Ida Noddack, German chemist and physicist
  • Ida Altman, American historian of colonial Spain and Latin America
  • Ida Halpern, Canadian ethnomusicologist
  • Ida Mann, DBE, FRCS was "a distinguished ophthalmologist
  • Ida Rolf, biochemist and the creator of Structural Integration or "Rolfing"
  • Ida Rentoul Outhwaite, and full spellings rather than abbreviations
  • Ida of Bernicia, first known king of the Anglian kingdom of Bernicia
  • Ida Tarbell, American writer, investigative journalist
  • Ida Kamińska, Polish-Jewish actress and director
  • Ida Cox, American singer and vaudeville performer
  • Ida B. Wells, African-American investigative journalist
  • Ida Saxton McKinley, First Lady of the United States
  • Ida Lupino, English-American actress and singer
  • Ida May Fuller, first beneficiary of recurring monthly Social Security payments
  • Ida Rosenthal, Belarusian-born American dressmaker and businesswoman
  • Ida Rubinstein, Russian dancer, actress
  • Ida of Formbach-Ratelnberg, Margravine of Austria by marriage to Leopold II of Austria
  • Ida, indie rock band from New York City
  • Ida Krottendorf, Austrian actress
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  • Ida Applebroog, American artist currently living and working
  • Ida Aalberg, most notable and internationally known Finnish actress of her time
  • Ida Nilsen, Canadian indie pop singer-songwriter and musician
  • Ida Kohlmeyer, American painter and sculptor
  • Ida Darling, American actress of the stage and
  • Ida Dalser, first wife of Italian fascist dictator Benito Mussolini
  • Ida Lewis, American lighthouse keeper noted for her heroism

Comments :

Meaning of Indian names ■●■ Ida इडा-comfort,earth, heaven, cow, libation, recreation, animation, speech, godess of speech, vital spirit, stream & flow of worship & praise [a name of godess of sacrifice and worship] 》Eeda ईडा-commendation, praise # Idika इडिका-earth # Ilasuta इलासुता-daughter of earth(Sita) - vishal khatri

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