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Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. MAG-da-leh-na(Czech, Slovak)
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Meaning & History

Czech, Slovak and Hungarian form of MAGDALENE.

Related Names

VariantMagdolna(Hungarian)
DiminutivesLenka, Madlenka, Magda(Czech) Alena, Lenka, Magda(Slovak) Léna, Magda, Magdi(Hungarian)
Other Languages & CulturesShelena(African American) Maialen(Basque) Magdalene(Biblical) Magdalene(Biblical Greek) Magdalene(Biblical Latin) Magdalena, Magdalina(Bulgarian) Magdalena(Catalan) Magdalena, Magda, Majda, Manda, Mandica(Croatian) Magdalena, Lena, Magda, Malene(Danish) Madelon, Magdalena, Magda(Dutch) Madeleine, Madeline, Magdalen, Magdalena, Magdalene, Lena, Madalyn, Maddie, Maddy, Madelaine, Madelina, Madelyn, Madelynn, Madilyn, Madlyn, Madoline(English) Matleena, Leena(Finnish) Madeleine, Magali, Madeline, Magalie(French) Magdalena, Magdalene, Alena, Lena, Lene, Leni, Magda(German) Magdalini, Lena, Magda(Greek) Madailéin(Irish) Maddalena, Lena(Italian) 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) Magdalena, Alena, Alenka, Majda(Slovene) Magdalena, Malena(Spanish) Madeleine, Magdalena, Lena, Linn, Magda, Malena, Malin(Swedish)
Same SpellingMagdalena
User SubmissionMagdalēna

Popularity

Bulgaria: July 22 (as Magdalena)
Croatia: April 10 (as Magdalena)
Croatia: July 22 (as Magdalena)
Germany: July 22 (as Magdalena)
Greece: July 22 (as Magdalena)
Latvia: March 20 (as Magdalēna)
Lithuania: May 29 (as Magdalena)
Lithuania: July 22 (as Magdalena)
Poland: May 13 (as Magdalena)
Poland: May 27 (as Magdalena)
Poland: June 1 (as Magdalena)
Slovakia: July 22
Sweden: July 22 (as Magdalena)
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