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Meaning of the Name Cadi

The first name Cadi is of Arabic, Irish, English, Welsh origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Arabic: Luck
Irish: Variant of Cady: a Rhythmic Flow of Sounds
English: Variant of Cady Meaning a Rhythmic Flow of Sounds
Welsh: Pure

Similar Names

Cadao | Cadda | Cade | Cadwy | Cat | Cath | Cato | Cedd | Chad | Chadd |

Related Names

Arcadia  (Hispanic)
Adventurous
Arcadia  (Latin)
Adventuresome
Arcadia  (Spanish)
Adventurous
Arcadia  (Greek)
Pastoral Simplicity and Happiness
Cadie  (English)
Variant of Cady Meaning a Rhythmic Flow of Sounds
Cadie  (Irish)
Variant of Cady: a Rhythmic Flow of Sounds
Cadis  (Greek)
Sparkling
Cali  (Greek)
Most Beautiful. Diminutive of Calista, Mythological Arcadian Who Transformed into a She-bear, Then into the Great Bear Constellation
Calida  (Greek)
Most Beautiful. Diminutive of Calista, Mythological Arcadian Who Transformed into a She-bear, Then into the Great Bear Constellation
Calissa  (Greek)
Most Beautiful. Diminutive of Calista, Mythological Arcadian Who Transformed into a She-bear, Then into the Great Bear Constellation
Calista  (Greek)
Most Beautiful. Calista Was a Mythological Arcadian Who Transformed into a She-bear, Then into the Great Bear Constellation
Calisto  (Greek)
Most Beautiful. Diminutive of Calista, Mythological Arcadian Who Transformed into a She-bear, Then into the Great Bear Constellation
Callista  (Greek)
Most Beautiful. Calista Was a Mythological Arcadian Who Transformed into a She-bear, Then into the Great Bear Constellation
Calysta  (Greek)
Most Beautiful. Calista Was a Mythological Arcadian Who Transformed into a She-bear, Then into the Great Bear Constellation
Kallista  (Greek)
Most Beautiful. in Mythology the Arcadian Nymph Calista Transformed into a She-bear; Then into the Great Bear Constellation
Leocadie  (French)
Lion
Lycaon  (Greek)
A King of Arcadia
Pam  (English)
Diminutive of Pamela: Name Invented in the Th Century for a Heroine of the Book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney
Pamela  (English)
Name Invented in the Th Century for a Heroine of the Book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney
Pamelia  (English)
Variant of Pamela: Name Invented in the Th Century for a Heroine of the Book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney

Additional Names

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