Senda name meaning

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Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
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Meaning: Growing, Thriving and Victor
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What does Senda mean?

Senda means Growing, Thriving or Victor is bestowed upon baby girls. Senda is abridged form of Crescentia. Meaning of Crescentia is The Word Crescere Which is of the Meaning to Grow, Thriving and The Growing is mostly used in Swedish, Finnish and German has its origin in Latin.

Names that rhyme with Senda

How popular is the name Senda?

Senda is an uncommon baby name in France, although it has been in use since 1979 but could not make beyond the top 3000. Senda is a rare baby name in United States where it may not be used now.

But Senda is a popular baby name in Tunisia where every 1 in 3000 have the name. As per our estimate, over 6000 people has been named Senda globally.

YearRankBirths
195962435
195457525
[1] Source: Social Security Administration

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Here's what numbers has to say about Senda

Start cleaning your karma and you will notice a tremendous change in your life. You can't be offended or insulted by anyone because you know that an insult is an insult if you accept it as your truth. Handling the problems and life situations of others keeps you distracted from your own. You can't stand injustice. You often denies your emotions and suppress your rage when you should be expressing it in a healthy way like exercising or meditating.

Other names similar to Senda, for would be moms

  •  Amistad - Odd boy name Amistad is originated from Spanish, meaning of Amistad is "Friendship"
  •  Santania - Queer girl name Santania means "Saint Ana and Saint Anna" is originated from Spanish. Santania is resulted from Santana.
  •  Chenda - The odd girl name Chenda is originated from Cambodian, Chenda means "Thought"
  •  Rakem means Writer is used for boys. Rakem is derivative of Rakeem.
  •  Hee - Outlandish Hee has its origin in Chinese, Hee means "Lotus" used for girls is used dominantly in Chinese
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Famous people named Senda

  • Senda Berenson Abbott, figure of women's basketball and the author of the first Basketball Guide for Women

Sources

  1. Social Security Administration, https://www.ssa.gov/oact/babynames/index.html
  2. Institut national de la statistique et des ├ętudes ├ęconomiques, https://www.insee.fr/fr/statistiques/2540004
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