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Name Edith - Meaning and origin


Origin of first name:

French, Germanic

Meaning of the name:

From Germanic ed, "riches", and idh, "fight".

Celebrities:

The first that comes to mind is in doubt Edith Piaf, the Kid! Dead in 1963, he is the author of many successes like La vie en rose, The hymn to love, The Crowd, Milord. Her life has not always been rosy and she is also famous for her love with boxer Marcel Cerdan, who died in a plane crash and never really recovered.

There is also the American novelist Edith Wharton (The Time of Innocence), Edith Roosevelt (1861-1948), wife of the 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt, the French zouk singer Edith Lefel ...

To your little Edith, it's up to you to choose your destiny ...

St. Edith, daughter of the English king Edgar the Pacific, had retired to the convent with her mother in the tenth century.

His character :

Passionate, voluntary ... Edith can also be a bit temperamental. But never anything very bad. It is an anjoué, sociable character and its creative nature can lead her on amazing trails.

Derivatives:

Edithe, Edite, Ada, Edika.

His party :

The Edith are celebrated on September 16th.

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