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December 8th, 2013 05:26 PM #1
I've recently come across Madita (Mah-dee-tah) again, a name I have known for such a long time but that was never on my "name radar".
It's the german form of the name "Madicken" a character (and book) by Astrid Lindgren.
Her books (and movies) were a big part of my childhood and I still love so many characters.
Madicken / Madita are diminutives of Margarete / Margaret, however I'm not such a fan of the full names.
What do you think of Madita?
Nickname options that aren't Maddi or Dita?
Would it work with any of my favourite names (signature), either as a first or one of two middle names?
I'd love to hear (read) your comments!
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December 8th, 2013 05:34 PM #3
I think it has a sweet sound. I've never heard of it before (though it reminds me of Medea). It's really nice and could work really well as a name. Using names in your signature as middles, I like:
Madita Leonor (Love this a lot!!)
And for nicknames, maybe:
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