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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

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