Adalia?

  • TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    I just came across this name and I think it’s really pretty. Thoughts? Opinions? It does look like it was a male name in the Old Testament but it’s also a German name meaning “noble one.”

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  • jenni_lynn91
    jenni_lynn91
    Participant

    How is it pronounced? It looks similar to Dahlia. It looks pretty.

    TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    Thanks!
    According to this site:
    (a DAHL yuh); (a da LIE a)
    I like the first pronunciation; that’s the one I would use.

    Myosotis
    Myosotis
    Participant

    I like it. It reminds me of a Dahlia too. It would be especially cute to honour a grandma or aunt Dahlia.


    kimiha
    Participant

    i think its nice. i like unique names ending in a. i dont see it at all as a male name. id pronounce it uh-DA-lee-a. it makes me think of adalia rose who is a girl with progeria. shes on youtube.

    yellowwatts
    yellowwatts
    Participant

    I’m sorry but it reminds of a vadalia like a vadalia onion. :(

    TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    I did think about vidalia onions and wondered if that would be a common association. :)


    embra
    Participant

    It’s pretty, but I did think of the onions right away.

    ashthedreamer
    ashthedreamer
    Participant

    Is this because of the post about my coworker? I have to say, I have fallen in love with it after typing it so much, too. :) My coworker’s daughter’s name is actually pronounced like ADD-ah-LEE-ah, but I would probably say ah-DAHL-yah/ah-DAHL-ee-ah, too. I think it’s lovely. I love the nns Addy and Lia.

    TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    @ashthedreamer no, I saw it mentioned on FB and forgot you had mentioned it here! I agree it has great nn options too. :)

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