Gender Feminine
Usage Italian
Pronounced Pron. mad-da-LEH-na
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Meaning & History

Italian form of Magdalene.

Related Names

DiminutiveLena
Other Languages & CulturesMaialen(Basque) Magdalene(Biblical) Magdalene(Biblical Greek) Magdalene(Biblical Latin) Magdalena, Magdalina(Bulgarian) Magdalena(Catalan) Magdalena, Magda, Majda, Manda, Mandica(Croatian) Magdaléna, Magdalena, Alena, Lenka, Madlenka, Magda(Czech) Magdalena, Lena, Magda, Malene(Danish) Magdalena, Lena, Madelon, Magda(Dutch) Madeleine, Madeline, Magdalen, Magdalena, Magdalene, Lena, Madalyn, Maddie, Maddy, Madelaine, Madelina, Madelyn, Madelynn, Madilyn, Madilynn, Madlyn, Madoline(English) Matleena, Leena(Finnish) Madeleine, Magali, Madeline, Madelon, Magalie(French) Magdalena, Magdalene, Alena, Lena, Lene, Leni, Magda(German) Magdalini, Lena, Magda(Greek) Magdolna, Léna, Magda, Magdaléna, Magdi(Hungarian) Madailéin(Irish) Magdalena(Lithuanian) Magdalena(Macedonian) Magdalena, Lena, Linn, Magda, Malene, Malin(Norwegian) Magali, Magdalena(Occitan) Magdalena, Lena, Magda(Polish) Madalena, Magda(Portuguese) Mădălina, Magdalena, Magda(Romanian) Magdalena, Manda(Serbian) Magdaléna, Alena, Lenka, Magda(Slovak) Magdalena, Alena, Alenka, Magda, Majda(Slovene) Magdalena, Malena(Spanish) Magaly(Spanish (Latin American)) Madeleine, Magdalena, Lena, Linn, Magda, Malena, Malin(Swedish)

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Italy: July 22

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Entry updated April 5, 2022