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I was just in a play and this was my characater's name. It makes me think of a teenage girl who's smart, sensitive and creative. I think it's a beautiful name!
Fencer  2/22/2008
I like both pronunciations - the English one and the Spanish one. It's a very interesting name.
LoQuiero  4/15/2008
I think the Spanish pronunciation would be fee-DHE-lee-ah.

The English is fə-DEE-lee-ə or fə-DEEL-yə (rhymes with Amelia), or possibly fi-DEL-yə (like the word "fidelity").
― Anonymous User  8/29/2008
This name was quite common in England and other English-speaking countries through the Middle Ages, but died out after the 18th Century, and is now very rare as a name in the English language.
walesgal92  6/13/2009
Appears to have been introduced by Edmund Spenser in his epic poem 'The Faerie Queene' (1590-1596).
― Anonymous User  4/3/2011

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