Gender Feminine
Usage Basque
Pronounced Pron. MIE-a-lehn
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Meaning & History

Basque form of Magdalene.

Related Names

Other Languages & CulturesMagdalene(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) Maddalena, Lena(Italian) 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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Entry updated November 20, 2020