MAIALEN
GENDER: Feminine
USAGE: Basque
Meaning & History
Basque form of MAGDALENE
Related Names
OTHER LANGUAGES: Shelena (African American), Magdalene (Biblical), Magdalene (Biblical Greek), Magdalene (Biblical Latin), Magdalena, Magdalina (Bulgarian), Magdalena, Magda, Majda, Manda, Mandica (Croatian), Magdaléna, Magdalena, Alena, Lenka, Magda (Czech), Magdalene, Magdalone, Lene, Lone, Magda, Malene (Danish), Madelon, Magdalena, Magda (Dutch), Madeleine, Madeline, Magdalen, Magdalena, Magdalene, Lena, Madalyn, Maddie, Maddy, Madelaine, Madelina, Madelyn, Madilyn, Madlyn, Madoline (English), Magdalena, Matleena, Leena, Malin (Finnish), Madeleine, Magali, Madeline, Magalie (French), Magdalena, Magdalene, Alena, Lena, Lene, Leni, Magda (German), Magdaléna, Magdolna, Duci (Hungarian), Madailéin (Irish), Maddalena, Lena (Italian), Magdalena (Macedonian), Magdalena, Lena, Magda, Malene, Malin (Norwegian), Magali, Magdalena (Occitan), Magdalena, Lena, Magda (Polish), Madalena, Magda (Portuguese), Mădălina, Magdalena, Magda (Romanian), Magdalena, Manda (Serbian), Magdaléna, Alena, Lenka (Slovak), Magdalena, Alena, Alenka, Majda (Slovene), Magdalena, Malena (Spanish), Madeleine, Magdalena, Lena, Magda, Malena, Malin (Swedish)
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