What Does The Name Adelle Mean?


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Adelle is a feminine name, a variant of the names Adela and Adelaide. It's of Germanic origin, meaning 'noble, kind'. It's pronounced 'ah DELL'. It was initially a short for names commencing with adal, which was a Germanic element meaning "noble".

Other spellings and variations include Adella, Adèl, Adele and Adell. It's a popular first name. Adelle, however is a rare surname.

Adela of Normandy was famed as a daughter of William the Conqueror. St. Adele, on the other hand, was the daughter of King Dagobert II, a German king. She became a nun subsequent to her husband's demise. She made provisions for her son, who was to be the future father of Utrecht's St. Gregory. Sainte-Adèle is the name of a municipality situated in Quebec in Canada. It also falls under Les Pays-d'en-Haut Regional County Municipality. As per the 2001 census, Sainte-Adèle was home to 9,215 people.

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