Madyson name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: English and Hebrew
Usage: English
Pronunciation: m(a)-dy-son
Meaning: Son of Maud and Villager of Galilee Where Lived Mary Magdalene
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What does Madyson mean?

Majorly used in English preeminent, Madyson means "Son of Maud or Villager of Galilee Where Lived Mary Magdalene" and is used for baby girls has origin in Hebrew and English. Madyson is variant form of long standing and illustrous Madison.

Madison is shortened form of MadeleineMatthew. Eminent Madison specifically is used in English and English, meaning of Madison is "Child of Matthew and Son of the Mighty Warrior" came from English and Hebrew.

Madyson is shortened form of Madeleine. Madeleine is variation of darling, biblical and ceaseless Magdalena. Madeleine is French and English form of Magdalena. Also Madeleine is French equivalent of Magdalena. Originated from Hebrew, Commonly Accepted Madeleine, Madeleine means "Tower, From the High Tower and Native of Magdala".

It is celebrated on July 22nd.

How do I pronounce Madyson?

The most common pronunciation of three syllabled Madyson is m(a)-dy-son.

Variants of Madyson

Madysson, Madison, Maddea, Madisson, Madisongrace

Middle Names for Madyson

Aylah, Llon, Jdah, Alyah, view more middle names that goes with Madyson

Names that rhyme with Madyson

How popular is the name Madyson?

Madyson was among the popular names in United States. Since emerging in 1985 around 12620 babies have been given the moniker. At the peak of its usage in 2007, the moniker grabbed the 361st spot and 902 baby girls were given the name.

However after 34 years, the name is on free fall on the charts. Moreover, the name has been to the top 500 baby names 11 times Madyson is a familiar baby name in France, it has been in use since 1992 and was able to reach the top 800 names.

In 2007, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 709 on girl names chart when 74 babies were named Madyson. Over 1037 people have been named Madyson in France.

Madyson is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales, in use since 1997, peaked in 2009 when it ranked 1596th.

Over 108 babies in England and Wales have been named Madyson. Also, it appeared first time in 1995 on baby girl names list of Belgium. At least, 10000 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 Madyson

You are an active person but lack motivation and persistence to finish goals. You suffer from insomnia but your mental health is great. You are probably an artist, or a writer, or something else associated with creativity. You have a powerful appearance. You always make the best entrance, no matter where you appear. When you are having hardships, you feel like the world's falling apart when it's not.

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  •  Lucien - Used commonly in Norwegian, English and Swedish durable and prominent, Lucien is originated from Latin and Old Greek and is aimed at both genders, Lucien means "Shining, Born At Daybreak or The Bright"
  •  Aline - Aline's meaning is Nobility or Variant of Helen is of Germanic and Old French origin notably used in French, Armenian and Norwegian is used as a gender insensitive name
  •  Lolita - The prevalent and evergreen girl name Lolita is substantially used in Norwegian and Swedish is came from French, Spanish and Latin, Lolita means "Rubin, Ruby or Sorrows"
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Famous people named Madyson

  • Madyson Pellegrino in Eldorado as Actress

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