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It is beautiful when pronouned in spanish Ah-day-lie-dah. She goes by Ade, pronounced Ah-Day and she loves it.
She is 14, creative, spunky, athletic a level 7 gymnast and is very sweet. It is an unusual name that suits her perfectly as an aspiring artist and fits her personality.
She has liked having an unusual name and being the only one in school with that name all the way through to 8th grade and on through high school. She also likes Adele, but goes by Ade. I would reccommend Adelaida or Adelaide as I think it is lovely, usual and elegant.
My sister, Adelaide, doesn't go by any nicknames. She was named after our grandma, who I hear was very funny and kind. My name is Adelaide and I'm For so long I didn't know any other Adelaide's which was good because I like having a unique name but just recently a lot of people have started calling their babies Adelaide.www.cantinesanpancrazio.it/components/lamorysap/998-controllare-la-casa.php
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I love my name! I think my parents have very good taste, it's sophisticated and old fashioned. My background is German and my parents tell me I was named after a German princess called Adelaide. Apparently the city in Australia was named Adelaide because Germans used to frequent there. My niece is called Adelaide.
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I haven't met another Adelaide near us. But she mainly goes with Addy or Ads. She's funny,sassy and loves to dance she's full of life and gets loads of compliments about how beautiful her name is. From the French form of the Germanic name Adalheidis, which was composed of the elements adal "noble" and heid "kind, sort, type". The name became common in Britain in the 19th century due to the popularity of the German-born wife of King William IV, for whom the city of Adelaide in Australia was named in The Polish form is Adelajda. The Hungarian form is also Etela.
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I was a quite young passenger on the Streaky Bay to Adelaide bus one day in the early sixties when