What does Aleida mean?
Aleida [alei-da] as a name for girls. Aleida's name origin is Latin, and the name Aleida means "small winged one". Aleida is a variant form, with the prefix Ale-, of Alida (Latin): also transcription of Alda.
Associated with: small (little).
Aleida has 23 more alternative forms via Alida: Adela, Adelina▲, Adelita, Alda▼, Aldina, Aldine, Aldona, Aleta, Aletta, Alette, Alita, Allda, Alldina, Alleda, Allida, Allidia, Allyda, Elita, Leda, Lida▼, Oleda, Oleta▼ and Oletta.Kreatif forms:
(female) Aleiad, Aleita, ..
(male) Aleidi, Aleidio, ..
How popular is Aleida?
Aleida is a somewhat popular first name for females (#2700 out of 4276, Top 63%) but a unique last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Below is a charted analysis of the statistics of Aleida and affiliated names. Adela (#1288 a year ago), Adelina (#531), Alda, Aldine, Aldona, Aleda, Aleta, Aletta, Alida, Elida, Leda, Lida and Oleta are the popular varying forms of Aleida (outside Top 2000). Adoption of these forms of Aleida was more pronounced among parents in the 1880s (average #1293) and has become significantly lower since, with versions such as Alda becoming less trendy. Adela has been the most well-known version, though Adelina is currently more frequently used. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Aleida is pronounced similarly to Alidee, Elidi, Elidia and Olida. Other suggested similar names are Abida, Aeeda, Aida, Alaia, Alaina▲, Alaisa, Albia, Albina▼, Alcina, Aldea, Alea, Alecia▼, Aleea, Aleena▲, Aleeza, Aleigha, Aleisha, Aleka, Alena▲, Alenka, Alesha▼, Alesia▼, Alessa, Aletea, Aletha, Alethea, Alethia, Aletia, Alexa, Alexea, Alexina, Alika, Alima, Alina▲, Alinda, Alisa, Aliya, Aliza▲, Alletta, Allia, Allina, Allisa, Allmida (see Almeda), Allta, Almeda▼, Almida, Almidah (see Almeda), Almina, Almira, Almita, Aloisa, Alsina, Alta▼, Althea▼, Althia, Alvira, Amelda, Amelida, Annida, Ayeeda, Ayeisa (see Aisha), Eleisa, Elpida, Eneida, Freida▼, Glenda▼, Heida, Leida, Oleisa, Oneida and Reida. These names tend to be less commonly used than Aleida.