Comments for the name Haydée


Comments for HAYDÉE:

I do not think this name is a variant of Hiedi because it is pronounced differently. It is pronounced "I de".
-- Anonymous User  3/9/2005
I noticed the previous comment and just want to clarify that the pronunciation of "I de" is Spanish.
-- hrios59  5/6/2005
The origin of the name is Greek and it means: modest, with property and well-behaved. In Spanish it is spelled with an accent over the 1st letter E or like mine on the 2nd E, it is also pronounced "I-de" but in English it's not pronounced like Heidi, it's more like "Hey! D". LOL. The name is a variation of Aida which means wealthy or help.
-- gatitabella83  1/26/2006
I think it's far more likely that this is a variant of Haidee rather than Heidi. [noted -ed]
-- SeaHorse15  4/21/2006
I think this is a really beautiful name but I prefer the Spanish pronunciation which is "I dee". There is a well-known television series which is called "La viuda de Blanco", there is a character who is named Haydee.
-- libelula  10/11/2007
This name is also used by Alexandre Dumas in his book The Count of Monte Cristo. It is the name of the main character's guardian.
-- Anonymous User  5/20/2008
I really like this name. It's really cute but isn't too girly. It's also unique and sounds pretty.
-- Fearless817  5/14/2009
This name was used in 'The Count of Monte Cristo', by Alexandre Dumas. It is the name of a freed slave of the Count's that was in love with him.
-- Anagram  3/17/2011
I have a female cat named this. She's named after the character in The Count of Monte Cristo. I happen to like this name.
-- Buneary  12/31/2013
My name is Haydee, not Heidi. Sound it out slowly in English; Hay, Dee. 2 syllables. Not that hard people! Pet peeve; No, I'm not named after the country (Haiti). Like my parents would really name me after a 3rd world country, I'm also going to have no respect for you if you insist on calling me Heidi. Only those truly close to me are allowed to call me by the Spanish version; I Dee.
-- Halva  1/27/2015

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