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Meaning of the Name Edit

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The first name Edit is of Swedish, Anglo Saxon origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Swedish: Swedish Form of Edith: Wealthy Gift
Anglo Saxon: Joyous

Similar Names

Ed | Eda | Eddie | Eddy | Ede | Edwy | Edda | Edee | Edie | Edita |

Related Names

Arab  (Biblical)
Multiplying, Sowing Sedition, a Window, a Locust
Arab  (Biblical)
Multiplying, Sowing Sedition, a Window, a Locust
Buck  ()
Unpremeditated in Direct Action
Candace  (English)
Candace Was an Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Candice  (English)
Variant of Candace: Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Candiss  (English)
Variant of Candace: Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Candyce  (English)
Variant of Candace: Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Chowdhury  (Hindu)
Chief of Four. A Hereditary Title of Honor, Awarded by Moghul Emperors to Persons of Eminence
Cortez  (Spanish)
Courteous. Variant of Curtis. The Spanish Explorer and Adventurer Cortez Conquered the Aztec Civilization of Mexico With Only a Small Expeditionary Force
Dita  (Spanish)
Abreviation of the English Edith. Happy Warfare, Spoils of War
Eda  (English)
Diminutive of Edith: Happy Warfare. Spoils of War. Wealthy. from the Old English Name Eadgyth, Meaning Rich or Happy, and War
Edie  (English)
Diminutive of Edith: Happy Warfare. Spoils of War. Wealthy. from the Old English Name Eadgyth, Meaning Rich or Happy, and War
Edita  (Hispanic)
Rich Gift; Form of Edith
Edita  (Spanish)
From the Name Edith
Edita  (Spanish)
Spoils of War
Edita  (Italian)
Wealthy
Edita  (Anglo Saxon)
Joyous
Edith  (Teutonic)
Wealthy Present
Edith  (Teutonic)
Rich Gift, Other Forms Are, Ada, Aline, Ida, Talented, Ambitious
Edith  (Anglo Saxon)
Joyous
Edith  (English)
Happy Warfare. Spoils of War. from the Old English Name Eadgyth, Meaning Rich or Happy, and War. Famous Bearer: Nun St Edith (Eadgyth); the Poet Dame Edith Sitwell. Happy Warfare. Spoils of War
Edith  (English)
Happy
Editha  (Anglo Saxon)
Joyous
Editta  (Italian)
Wealthy
Editta  (Teutonic)
Wealthy Present
Edyta  (Polish)
Polish Form of Edith: Wealthy Gift
Esha  (Islamic)
Time of Evening Prayers. Namaz-e- Esha. (Note: Meaning Not Verified by the Editor.)
Esther  (Persian)
Star, Meditative, Silent, Composed.(Esta, Essie, Estella, Estelle, Ester, Herter, Hettie, Hetty)
Hegai  (Biblical)
Meditation, Word, Groaning, Separation
Hegai  (Biblical)
Meditation, Word, Groaning, Separation
Hege  (Biblical)
Meditation, Word, Groaning, Separation
Hege  (Biblical)
Meditation, Word, Groaning, Separation
Higgaion  (Biblical)
Meditation, Consideration
Higgaion  (Biblical)
Meditation, Consideration
Homar  (Greek)
Given As Hostage; Promised. Homer Was Credited With Writing the Epic Greek Poems the Iliad and the Odyssey
Immy  (English)
Diminutive of Imogen: Innocent. Last Born. The Name of the Heroine of Shakespeare's Play Cymbehoe As a Result of a Printing Error in the Folio Edition of the Play
Imogen  (English)
Innocent. Last Born. The Name of the Heroine of Shakespeare's Play Cymbehoe As a Result of a Printing Error in the Folio Edition of the Play
Jeshohaia  (Biblical)
The Pressing; the Meditation of God
Kandace  (English)
Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandee  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandi  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandice  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandis  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandiss  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandiss  (English)
Modern Variant of 'Candace' - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandy  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Kandyce  (English)
Modern Variant of Candace - Ancient Hereditary Title Used by Ethiopian Queens
Meditrina  (Latin)
Goddess of Healing
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