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Gender: Female Meaning of Madrigal: "song for unaccompanied voices" Origin of Madrigal: Latin

Madrigal Origin and Meaning

The name Madrigal is a girl's name of Latin origin meaning "song for unaccompanied voices".

Madrigal might be a pretty and highly distinctive choice for a child of a musical family--or for the parent looking for a less conventional path to the nickname Maddie than Madeline or Madison . Definitely more striking than Cadence or even the increasingly popular Aria.

The word madrigal refers both to a medieval short lyrical poem and a form of vocal chamber music that originated in the Italian Renaissance. And on a compoletely different note, you may have heard it on the TV show Breaking Bad as the name of an industrial conglomerate.

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Zelliew Says:

2015-09-19T23:03:08

Interesting ! ..........I'd leave it as a surname

indiefendi2 Says:

2015-09-19T20:36:11

This is a Spanish surname

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2015-09-19T19:42:00

Still I don't like the "mad" sound. Also sounds like a smoosh of Madison and Abigail, though I know it isn't.

lesliemarion Says:

2014-03-28T23:47:12

Strong and lovely name, though I can't think why anyone would want to find a way to Maddie these days.

Tina_and_Bert Says:

2014-03-28T22:45:57

This is a surprisingly lovely word-name--though perhaps best left to eccentric musicians!