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Name Adelaida - Meaning and origin

Name Adelaida - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Spanish, Germanic

Meaning of the name:

Derived from Adelaide, Adelaida is made up of Germanic roots adal and haid, resulting respectively in "noble" and "heath".

Celebrities:

The Spanish writer Adelaida Garcia Morales, the Argentine actress Adelaida Soler, the Spanish biologist Adelaida of the Calle ...

Born around 931 in Orbe, Adélaïde was the young wife of the king of Italy Lothaire. After the death of the latter, she was imprisoned, then delivered by the ruler of Germania Otton I. She then married the lord. Later, Pope John XII consecrated it Empress. Adelaide put her influence at the service of the Church and the disadvantaged. She participated in the building of many monasteries. She died in 999 and was canonized in 1097.

His character :

Adelaida attracts the sympathy of those around her thanks to her kindness and courtesy. Thoughtful, she is endowed with a keen intelligence and devotes a lot of time to reflection. Diplomate born, she knows perfectly animate the debates and calm disputes. Altruistic, Adelaida is always willing to offer help. Her helpfulness and compassion make her a pleasant person to meet.

Derivatives:

Adelaide, Adelice, Adelheid, Heidi, Aida, Aleyde ...

His party :

The people named Adelaïda are honored on December 16th.

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