Lyda name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 13th, 2023
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Old Greek, African-Swahili, Latin, Hebrew, English, German, Germanic, Arabic and Old High German
Usage: English
Pronunciation: l(y)-da
Meaning: He Who Wins, Exalted, High, The Ascent, Noble, Truth and Of Noble Figure
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What does Lyda mean?

Lyda is derivative of Leta. Leta is short version of Aleta. Celebrated and Evergreen unisex name Lyda is originated from African-Swahili and Old Greek is used especially in English. Lyda is derivation of Leda.

Leda is variant of timeless and well-known Alida. Also Leda is variant of acclaimed Laetitia. Leda is also a variant form of Ledah. Leda is also variant of immutable and widespread Leta.

Leda is derivative of Lucretia. Leda is form of a swan in Greek language. Celebrated and Evergreen Leda came from Old Greek, African-Swahili and Hebrew is used especially in German and Greek, meaning of Leda is "He Who Wins".

How about the name Lyda for a baby?

Lyda is a charming and unique baby girl name that has several attractive qualities. The name's Latin origin signifies nobility, beauty, and popularity among people, making it quite appealing to parents looking for a name that has a touch of royalty.

Lyda is also easy to spell and pronounce, which can be an added advantage for many parents who want their child to have a name that is not too complicated or difficult to say.

The name's uniqueness also sets it apart from more common names while still being recognizable, making it ideal for parents who want something distinctive yet not too unusual. Overall, Lyda is an excellent choice for parents searching for a beautiful and meaningful name for their little girl.

How do I pronounce Lyda?

The two syllabled name Lyda is pronounced, l(y)-da.

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How popular is the name Lyda?

In United States, Lyda was once a common name since emerging in 1880 it has been given to over 4909 babies. When at its peak in 1881,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 138 years.

Additionally, the name has been in Lyda is an uncommon baby name in France, its highest ever rank is 1006 (1925) in its 14 years run on France naming chart. But Lyda is a popular baby name in Afghanistan where every 1 in 800 have the name.

At least, 50000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our research.

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Here's what numbers has to say about Lyda

Good things don't just fall from the sky. You have to earn them. You know this. If you have things to be handled, you handle them right away, without much waiting. You keep following your heart in order to avoid disappointment and solitude. Stress hates your guts. Staying true to yourself and realizing your promises is what gives you credibility. Gaining your trust is a hard thing to accomplish.

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  •  Piaras especially is used in Irish aimed at boys, meaning of Piaras is "The Stone and Stone" is originated from Old Greek. Piaras is derivation of Peter.
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Famous people named Lyda

  • Lyda Roberti, American stage and film actress, and singer
  • Lyda Morehouse, science fiction and fantasy author
  • Lyda Conley, Wyandot-American lawyer of Native American and European descent
  • Lyda Borelli in Rapsodia satanica as Actress
  • Lyda Dalzell characterized significant role of Dorothea Westbrooke in 1917 comedy film Filling His Own Shoes.
  • In 1914, Lyda Salmonova portrayed the role of N in crime, drama flick Evinrude.

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