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Name Addison - Meaning and origin

Name Addison - Meaning and origin



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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxon

Meaning of the name:

From the Anglo-Saxon "son of Adam".

Originally, Addison is a household name widely used in England and the United States. It was at the end of the 18th century that it became a name. It's also the name of a Texas city.
Very little known in France, it is certain that the name Addison will not be found twice in the same class.

Celebrities:

The American actor of the early twentieth century, famous for having played General Custer, Addison Richards (Nick Carter), the American politician James Addison Baker ...
For Adam, the rock singer Adam Levine, the American actor Adam Baldwin (The last ship) ...

Addison's patron saint is Adam Chmielowski, or St. Albert (1845-1916), who devoted himself to the poor in Krakow.

His character :

Addison is mysterious and likes to cultivate her inaccessibility to charm those around her. He has a keen sense of family and high moral standards. His biggest dream? Live in a more just world. It can sometimes be fickle, and can even be a little hard. However, he is a very optimistic person and he is very good advice. Addison would do a very good mediator ... does that tell you about your baby?

Derivatives:

Addy, Adisson

His party :

December 25th

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