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Forename Adelaide

Around the globe, Adelaide (Adelaide Brazil Ghana Italy South Africa United States, Adélaïde Cameroon France Democratic Republic of the Congo Ivory Coast Australia, Аделаида Russia Kazakhstan Belarus Armenia Kyrgyzstan, and others...) is a common female first name. The forename Adelaide is characteristic of Cabo Verde, where it is quite a common feminine name, Brazil, and Portugal (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, it is commonest in Brazil, Italy, and South Africa. Very seldom, Adelaide is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Adelaide

name Adèlaide, name Adéla, name Adelaida, name אדלהייד, name Adèlaïde, name Adelaîde, name Аделаида, name Adalheidis, name Aletta, name Adelheid, name Аделайда, name Аделайде, name Аделаїда, name Adelais, name Ida, name Аделаіде, name Адельгейда, name Adélaïde, name Adelajdo, name Adal, name Heidi, name Ahlheit, name Аделаиде, name Adelaïde, name Adélaide, name מרי, name Adélaîde, name Adelaide, name אדליידה, name Adelajda, name Adelaíde
Adelaide South Africa, Italy, Brazil, United States, Ghana
Adélaïde Australia, France, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ivory Coast
Аделаида Kazakhstan, Belarus, Russia, Armenia, Kyrgyzstan

First name Adelaide in the context

Adelaide is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Adelaide Brooke , the fictional character from Doctor Who, The Waters of Mars; Adelaide Bonfamille , the character from Disney's Aristocats, The Aristocats; Adelaide of Poland, the White , the Peerage person ID=672809; Adelaide di Borgogna (Rossini) , the operatic character in the opera Adelaide di Borgogna (Rossini) and Adelaide , the operatic character in the opera Lotario, among other works.

Notable namesakes

adelaide daughter of Pepin king of Italy (b. 798) link
picture of adelaide di borgogna adelaide di borgogna adelaide di borgogna Queen of Italy, Empress of the Holy Roman Empire and Santa, IT (b. 931) link
picture of adelaide of aquitaine adelaide of aquitaine adelaide of aquitaine French noble woman and queens consort (b. 950) link
adelaide of blois 958 (b. 925) link
picture of adelaide di susa adelaide di susa adelaide di susa Marchioness of Turin, IT (b. 1020) link
picture of adelaide, countess of vermandois adelaide, countess of vermandois adelaide, countess of vermandois French countess (b. 1062) link
adelaide of eilenburg Consort of Margrave Ernest of Austria (b. 1040) link
adelaide di fiandra Danish royal consort, IT (b. 1065) link
adelaide of rheinfelden Queen consort of Hungary (b. 1065) link
adelaide de namur (1068-1124) (b. 1068) link
adelaide of sommerschenburg (1105-1170) (b. 1105) link
adelaide of hungary Czech princess (b. 1105) link
adelaide of riedenburg Peerage person ID=114093 (b. 1150) link
adelaide of guelders Countess consort of Holland (b. 1182) link
adelaide di urslingen (b. 1200) link

Characteristic surnames

Melo, Barros, Vieira, Martins, Marques, Machado, Moreira, Santana, Almeida, Andrade, Cardoso, Barbosa, Pereira, Ribeiro, Freitas, Carvalho, Teixeira, Ferreira, Oliveira, Conceicao, Rodrigues, Goncalves, Campos, Castro, Araujo, Soares, Cruz, Rosa, Reis, Dias, Lima, Silva, Sousa, Souza, Alves, Costa, Fernandes, Cunha, Pinto, Ramos, Rocha, Gomes, Lopes, Jesus, Nunes, Moraes, Mendes, Santos, Brito, and Nascimento