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Eda

Gender: Female Meaning of Eda: "wealthy, happy" Origin of Eda: German

Eda Origin and Meaning

The name Eda is a girl's name of German, Polish origin meaning "wealthy, happy".

Sounds too much like "eater".

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Comments

eda Says:

2018-08-29T01:30:02

Liza Smith is right, it's Eee-dah, Ay-Dah would look more like Aida (which isn't a bad name itself)

eda Says:

2018-08-29T01:29:19

I agree.

eda Says:

2018-08-29T01:28:45

THANK YOU!

eda Says:

2018-08-29T01:28:33

it's a great name

eda Says:

2018-08-29T01:28:19

i like this name very much...i'm not biased...no...never...

Skittlewiddles Says:

2016-10-29T08:32:05

So, Ida gets a friendly review but not its twin Eda?

Lola Says:

2015-11-08T17:11:19

On my hotlist. DEFINITLEY.
And Nameberry, there is no r in Eda. How does it sound like eater?

Liza Smith Says:

2015-10-06T07:48:00

it was my Mam's name & her Gram's & it was pronounced Ee-dah

Liza Smith Says:

2015-10-06T07:45:07

My dear departed Mam's name, it is indeed a lovely name :)

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2015-06-11T16:44:51

I think Eda would actually sound nice, it's similar to popular names like Eva, Eden and Ada, all which I like!

Lily Says:

2015-06-08T21:29:10

That's not even fair, the one sentence description. How in the world does it sound like eater? I pronounced it more like Ay-dah. Isn't there any way we could get that rude comment off?

scblovesnames Says:

2015-04-16T21:00:39

I like that variation. Edda.

scblovesnames Says:

2015-04-16T20:57:26

Similar to Edith, closely resembles Ada and Ida. It's a rather underused name. There, a one sentence, objective review Nameberry, sounds like somebody came across this name in a bad mood.

Essa Says:

2014-12-30T20:09:30

Never would I ever have though of eater. Sometimes nameberry is a little too critical, this sounds like a great name to me!

abohemianmind Says:

2014-11-23T06:49:20

It doesn't sound anything like 'eater' - there's no 'r' in it. In addition, it has a wonderful connection with Norse mythology when spelled E-D-D-A; which is a compilation of Scandinavian myths, legends, and poems that was put together around the 12th century.