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In Adelaide - Significance and origin

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Origin of first name:

Germanic

Meaning of the name:

From the Germanic adal, "noble", and heit, "rank, lineage".
This name has long been reserved for the princesses of continental Europe. Saint Adelaide was the wife of Otto the Great, founder of the Holy Roman Empire.
The Adelaide are celebrated on December 16th.
Its derivatives: Adele, Adelice, Adelheid, Heidi, Aida, Alice.

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