Origin of name: Hebrew Meaning of name: The name Daouda is a variant of Daoud and David. In the Hebrew language, it means "the beloved". Celebrities: Daouda Karaboué is a former handball player of Franco-Ivorian origin. Daouda Sow is a boxer of French origin. Daouda Diakité is a Burkinabe footballer.
Origin of the name: Anglo-Saxons 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.
Origin of first name: Hebrew Meaning of first name: From Hebrew "Abraham", father of the multitude. The patriarch Abraham was in the Bible the first to leave the city of Ur in Chaldea to settle in Palestine. He is generally presented as the primordial ancestor of the Jewish people. His birthday: October 9th.
Origin of the name: Anglo-Saxons Meaning of the name: From the Anglo-Saxon "son of Adam". This family name, widely used in England and the United States, became a name in the late 18th century. Still unknown in France, Addison is an original name that you will not find twice in the same class.
Origin of first name: Spanish, Germanic Meaning of first name: Derived from Adelaide, Adelaida is made up of the Germanic roots adal and haid, resulting respectively in "noble" and "heath". Celebrities: The Spanish writer Adelaida Garcia Morales, the Argentine actress Adelaida Soler, the Spanish biologist Adelaida de la Calle ... Born around 931 in Orbe, Adelaide was the young wife of the king of Italy Lothaire.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: Adalsinde is a name which finds its root of the germain "adal" and "lind", meaning respectively noble and sweet. This name is close to Alice and Adele, already widespread in the Middle Ages, and more strangely Cindy. "Sind" of Germanic origin, means "way".
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: Adelbert comes from two Germanic terms adal and berh t which mean "noble" and "brilliant". Celebrities: Adelbert Ames, sailor, soldier and American politician (1835-1933). Adelbert Chamisso, French-German writer, poet and botanist (1781-1838).
Origin of the name: Celtic, French, Germanic, Originals, Rare Meaning of the name: Breton form of Adelaide, Adelice consists of the Germanic roots adal and hild. This name means "noble fighter." Celebrities: No Adelice celebrates so far. Your princess could be!
Origin of the first name: Spanish, Germanic, Originals, Rares Meaning of the first name: Adelia is a female given name of Germanic origin. Adal is a German word meaning "noble". Celebrities: No Adelia known so far, your little girl will be maybe? Adelia's patron saint is Adele, daughter of King Dagobert II and grandmother of Saint Gregory of Ultrech.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: Adela is a feminine given name of Germanic origin. Adela comes from the German term adal meaning "noble". Celebrities: No Adela known so far, perhaps your little wonder will be? Her character: Feminine at will, Adela is characterized by emotionality, intuition, receptivity and a crazy charm.
Origin of the first name: Basques Meaning of the first name: Adei is the one who "shows respect". Celebrities: There are no famous people named Adei. Character: Ambitious, Adei is a man full of energy. Also authoritarian, he likes to make decisions. It is with determination that he manages to convince his audience to follow his ideas.
Origin of name: Hebrews, Originals, Rares Meaning of first name: Adams is a masculine given name with two Semitic origins, one Hebrew and the other Babylonian. Of Hebrew origin Adams is transcribed by adama translating as "made of red earth". Babylonian origin, Adama translates as "man" or "humanity".
Origin of name: Germaniques Meaning of name: Adelin is the masculine derivative of first name Adeline. Of Germanic origin, it is composed of the words "adal" meaning "noble" and "lind" translating as "soft". Its feminine variant means "nobility". Celebrities: There is no celebrity named Adelin.
Origin of name: Hebrew Meaning of name: Derived from first name Adam. Hebrew meaning man (formed with) red earth. The Adem are celebrated June 17 with Adam. Search for a Given Name A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top Names First Names First Names Outdated Names in the World Other Names by Topics> To Discover:
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Of Arabic origin, means "cultivated, literate". In the Qur'an, adab is an important notion, virtue of those who are respectful of God and his creatures. No feast date known. Search for a Given Name A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top Names First Names First Names Outdated Names in the World Other Names by Topics> To Discover:
Origin of name: Hebrew Meaning of first name: Adena (a-de-na) is a feminine given name of Hebrew origin, meaning "delicate", "sweet", "charming" and "luxurious". Hebrew names and forenames have their origin in the writings of the Old Testament, as well as in contemporary Hebrew.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Adila is an Arabic given name that means "fair" or "fair". Celebrities: Adila Sedraïa, French author, performer and composer. Adila Bendimerad, actress and Algerian producer. Adila Katia, author for the newspaper Liberte Algeria.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: Adélard means noble and courageous. Celebrities: The English monk and scholar Adélard de Bath, the 15th Prime Minister of Quebec Adélard Godbout, the Quebec trade unionist Adélard Collette or the Quebec lawyer and politician Joseph-Théophile-Adélard Fontaine.
Origin of first name: Courts, Spaniards, Originals, Rares Meaning of first name: Adan is the Spanish version of the Hebrew name Adam. In the Hebrew language, Adam means "one who is made of red earth". In addition, he refers to "the first of men" in the three monotheistic religions.
Origin of first name: Hebrews, Scandinavian Meaning of first name: Adiel means divine adornment in Hebrew. His character: Adiël is generally a man who has his feet on the ground. Realistically, he is also full of energy and ambition. His gift of clairvoyance allows him to deal with all eventualities.
Origin of name: Arabes Meaning of name: Derived from first name Adel. From Arabic, "fair, equitable". The name Adel refers to a quote from the Prophet Muhammad, "In all things, the middle way is the best". This precept (hadith) is a call to tolerance. The Adil are celebrated on September 2nd.