Jadwiga meaning and origin
Jadwiga means Fight, Battle or War is substantially used in Finnish, Danish, Polish, Swedish and Norwegian, a baby girl name is rooted from Germanic and Old High German. Jadwiga is variant form of old vintage sounding and celebrated Hedwig. Hedwig is equivalent of Hadwig in German language. Hedwig's meaning is Fight and War is originated from Old High German and Germanic. Also Jadwiga is Polish form of Haduwig.
Variants of JadwigaNames that rhyme with Jadwiga
Popularity of Jadwiga
Jadwiga is a unique baby name in France, it had been in use since 1923 and was last seen in 1953, during its 25 years of usage, it was able to reach the top 400 names. In 1931, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 354 on girl names chart when 30 babies were named Jadwiga. There are over 319 babies that have been given the name Jadwiga in France. Jadwiga is an uncommon baby name in United States, chances of it being still in use are very slim.
Jadwiga is a rare baby name in England and Wales there is very thin chances of it still being given. But Jadwiga is a popular baby name in Poland where every 1 in 800 have the name. At least, 50000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our estimate.
Jadwiga in Nordic countries
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Numerological analysis of Jadwiga
People see you as their leader because of your attitude, determination, and creative thinking. To have letter A as your capstone in your name represents your wild personality, individuality, originality and ambitious spirit. Stop trying and focus on yourself only. People take you as a self-absorbed person but you don't care how they take you. You would climb the highest rock if that's necessary to accomplish something you want badly.
Go through the following names similar to Jadwiga
- Andrin - Meaning of Andrin is Heinrich is predominantly used in Finnish and Danish and a boy name is originated from Germanic
- Zygmunt - The boy name Zygmunt has origin in Germanic is majorly used in Swedish, Norwegian and Polish languages. Zygmunt is equivalent of Sigimunt in Polish language
- Rosi - Far-out Rosi predominantly is used in English and German is originated from Latin, meaning of Rosi is "Rose" is bestowed upon girls
- Raissa - Unusual Raissa majorly is used in Swedish, Danish and Finnish, meaning of Raissa is "Rose or Carefree". It is rooted from Greek and Old Greek is used as a baby girl name
- Toska - Unisex name Toska is used largely in Italian and Albanian, meaning of Toska is "Tuscan Master End" is originated from Latin
Namesakes of Jadwiga
- Jadwiga Łuszczewska, Polish poet and novelist
- Jadwiga Tarło-Mniszech, Polish noblewoman
- Jadwiga Tyszka, actress in theater
- Jadwiga Złotorzycka, Polish entomologist specialising in Mallophaga
- Jadwiga of Poland, first female monarch of the Kingdom of Poland
- Jadwiga Snopkowska, first wife of Marek Sobieski
- Jadwiga Maria Potocka, Polish noblewoman
- Jadwiga Dzieduszycka, Polish noble lady
- Jadwiga Falkowska, Polish teacher, social activist
- Jadwiga Wiśniewska, Polish politician
- Jadwiga Zakrzewska, Polish politician
- Jadwiga Jędrzejowska, Polish tennis player
- Jadwiga Wajs, Polish athlete
- Jadwiga Andrzejewska, Polish film and theater actress
- In 1968 biography and history flick, Hrabina Cosel, Jadwiga Baranska portrayed Anna Cosel.
- Jadwiga Smosarska, from 1927 drama movie Ziemia obiecana, who played Anka Kurowska.
- In 1920, Jadwiga Doliwa played the role of Hanka in drama, war movie Dla ciebie, Polsko.
- Jadwiga Rosciszewska portrayed the minor role of N in 1921 drama movie Tajemnice Nalewek.