Gender Feminine
Usage Polish
Pronounced Pron. a-deh-LIE-da
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Meaning & History

Polish form of Adelaide.

Related Names

DiminutiveAda
Other Languages & CulturesAdalheidis, Adelais, Ada(Ancient Germanic) Alisa(Bosnian) Alícia(Catalan) Alice(Czech) Alice, Heidi(Danish) Alice, Ada, Adelheid, Aleid, Aleida, Alida, Elke(Dutch) Adelaide, Alice, Alicia, Ada, Addie, Addy, Alease, Alecia, Aleesha, Alesha, Alesia, Ali, Alise, Alisha, Alishia, Alisia, Alison, Alissa, Alisya, Allie, Allison, Allissa, Ally, Allycia, Allyson, Alyce, Alycia, Alys, Alysa, Alyse, Alysha, Alysia, Alyson, Alyssa, Alyssia, Della, Elicia, Heidi, Lecia, Lesia, Lisha, Lyssa(English) Aliisa, Alisa, Aada, Ada, Alli, Heidi, Iisa(Finnish) Adélaïde, Alice, Alicia, Alix, Alison(French) Elke(Frisian) Alisa(Georgian) Adelheid, Alice, Ada, Alida, Elke, Heida, Heide, Heidi(German) Aliki, Kiki(Greek) Aliz, Ada, Alida, Alíz(Hungarian) Ailís, Ailish(Irish) Adelaide, Alice, Ada(Italian) Alise(Latvian) Aalis(Medieval French) Alice, Ada, Heidi(Norwegian) Azalaïs(Occitan) Adelaide, Alice, Alícia(Portuguese) Alisa(Russian) Aileas, Ailis(Scottish Gaelic) Alica(Slovak) Adelaida, Alicia, Ada(Spanish) Alice, Alicia, Heidi(Swedish) Alisa(Ukrainian) Alis(Welsh)
User SubmissionAdélajda

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Entry updated February 28, 2019