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Meaning of the Name Alene

The first name Alene is of Dutch, Celtic origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Dutch: Alone
Celtic: Fair, Good-looking. Feminine of Allen or Variant of Helen

Similar Names

Ailen | Alan | Alano | Aleem | Alem | Alen | Aleyn | Alhena | Alin | Allen |

Related Names

Adalene  (French)
Variant of Adela
Dalene  (English)
Small Valley. Abbreviation of Madeline
Edalene  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Noble, King
Jalene  (American)
From James and Lenore
Kalene  (Gaelic)
Feminine of Kyle
Kalene  (Czechoslovakian)
A Flower Name and Place Name
Kalene  (Polish)
A Flower Name
Kalina  (Greek)
A Rosebud; (In Polish: Flower) (Kalena, Kaleen, Kalene)
Madalene  (French)
Woman from Magdala. Variant of Madeleine
Maddalene  (German)
Magnificent
Magda  (German)
German Diminutive of Magdalene: Woman of Magdala. 'Maiden'. Reference to Biblical Mary Magdalene
Magda  (Slavic)
Abbreviation of Magdalena.Woman from Magdala. Reference to Biblical Mary Magdalene
Magdalen  (Spanish)
Bitter. Woman from Magdala. The Biblical Mary Magdalene Came from Magdala Area Near the Sea of Galilee
Magdalen  (Czechoslovakian)
Woman from Magdala. The Biblical Mary Magdalene Came from Magdala Area Near the Sea of Galilee
Magdalena  (Czechoslovakian)
Woman from Magdala. The Biblical Mary Magdalene Came from Magdala Area Near the Sea of Galilee
Magdalena  (Czechoslovakian)
Woman from Magdala. The Biblical Mary Magdalene Came from Magdala Area Near the Sea of Galilee
Magdalena  (Spanish)
Bitter. Woman from Magdala. The Biblical Mary Magdalene Came from Magdala Area Near the Sea of Galilee
Magdalene  (Biblical)
A Person from Magdala
Magdalene  (Biblical)
A Person from Magdala
Magdalene  (Spanish)
Bitter. Woman from Magdala. The Biblical Mary Magdalene Came from Magdala Area Near the Sea of Galilee
Magdalene  (Latin)
Woman from Magdala
Magdalene  (Czechoslovakian)
Woman from Magdala. The Biblical Mary Magdalene Came from Magdala Area Near the Sea of Galilee
Magdalene  (Hebrew)
Woman of Magdala. from the Tower. Famous Bearer: St. Mary Magdalene, the Repentant Prostitute in the New Testament
Maidie  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Mary: Wished-for Child; Rebellion; Bitter. Famous Bearers: the Virgin Mary; Mary Magdalene; Mary, Queen of Scots (-)
Mair  (Hebrew)
Variant of Mary: Wished-for Child; Rebellion; Bitter. Famous Bearers: the Virgin Mary; Mary Magdalene; Mary, Queen of Scots (-)
Maire  (Hebrew)
Variant of Mary: Wished-for Child; Rebellion; Bitter. Famous Bearers: the Virgin Mary; Mary Magdalene; Mary, Queen of Scots (-)
Maisie  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Mary: Wished-for Child; Rebellion; Bitter. Famous Bearers: the Virgin Mary; Mary Magdalene; Mary, Queen of Scots (-)
Malene  (Swedish)
From the Tower
Malene  (German)
Magnificent
Mamie  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Mary: Wished-for Child; Rebellion; Bitter. Famous Bearers: the Virgin Mary; Mary Magdalene; Mary, Queen of Scots (-)
Marlene  (English)
A Compound of Maria and Magdalene. Variant of Madeline. Woman from Magdala. Famous Bearer: Film Star Marlene Dietrich
Mary  (Hebrew)
Wished-for Child; Rebellion; Bitter. Famous Bearers: the Virgin Mary; Mary Magdalene; Mary, Queen of Scots (-)
Modlen  (Welsh)
Welsh Form of Magdalene: Tower
Salene  (French)
Dignified One
Valene  (Latin)
Variant of Valentina: Strong
Yalene  (Greek)
Light

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