I much prefer Frida, it looks better. Also, it doesn't remind me of Fried chicken in English.
Anders1234  12/23/2020
It's not my favorite, and I would never use it.
― Anonymous User  6/15/2020
Frieda Reiss is an Attack on Titian character.
Luvbug86  9/3/2018
I like this spelling so much more than Frida. Frieda just looks way more complete and friendly to me.
― Anonymous User  7/23/2018
What can I say? Absolutely beautiful! Can also mean peaceful ruler and noble woman. This could make a lovely girls name in the future!
JemimaP1  3/26/2017
I detest this name to the end. For one, the first five letters, FRIED, makes me think of greasy chicken and French fries (I'm well aware that it's not pronounced the same way. But it is spelled the same way). My 7th grade teacher's name was Frieda. It suited her; she was 60. I can't imagine using it in the current time. It seems awkward.
GibsonGirl  9/7/2011
The painter Frida Kahlo was half-German, and her first name was originally spelled Frieda. However, when Germany started to go Nazi in the 1930s, she changed the spelling to Frida to avoid any implied associations with the party and what was going on in Germany.
erb816  12/17/2009
My name is Frieda (short for Friederike), I used to hate it because I thought it's a name for an old lady, but I've grown to like it because it's not very common and I like both the Nordic and the Yiddish meaning.
FriedaPS  10/1/2007
The wife of the writer, painter, and poet D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence was called Frieda. She was a cousin of the "Red Baron", Manfred von Richthofen.  3/19/2007
This is my middle name, after my Czech grandmother. It is a variant of Frida not Freda. It means "Joy" in Yiddish. I am a little creeped out that the site says it is from Elfreda meaning "elf straight." I am not an elf, neither was my grandmother.
― Anonymous User  8/10/2006
The daughter of Sylvia Plath and Ted Highes is named Frieda.
― Anonymous User  1/5/2006
Frieda with the "naturally curly hair" is a character in the Peanuts comic strip.
breakofday  12/29/2005

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