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Gender: F Meaning of Cadence: "rhythm, beat" Origin of Cadence: Latin Cadence's Popularity in 2015: #341

The musical word name Cadence, barely heard a few years ago, seemed to come out of nowhere to zoom up the charts. Some might see it as a trendy feminine relative of the popular Caden. Kadence and Kaydence are also rising.

An early Cadence sighting was in the 1992 Armistead Maupin novel Maybe the Moon, in which the narrator heroine was a small actress called Cadence Roth, nn Cady. January Jones played a Cadence in American Wedding.

Famous People Named Cadence

Rapper Ludacris and wife model Eudoxie Mbouguiengue named their daughter, Cadence, meaning she's got rhythm.

Pop Culture References for the name Cadence

Princess Cadence, character on animated television series "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic"
Cadence Nash, character on TV's "The Troop"
DJ Cadence, character in online game "Club Penguin"
"Cadence," 1990 movie
"Cadence and Cascade," song by King Crimson
"Cadence," song by Anberlin
Cadence Sinclair Eastman, main character in novel 'We Were Liars'
Cadence Barkley, Avery and Juliette's newborn daughter on ABC's "Nashville"

Kadena, Cadencia, Kadence, Cady

Cadence's International Variations

Cadenza (Italian)