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pinWhat does Magdalena mean?

Magdalena /mag-dale-na/ [4 sylls.] as a girls' name is pronounced mag-da-LEE-nah. It is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Magdalena is "woman from Magdala". Biblical: Mary Magdalene came from the Magdala area near the sea of Galilee.


Magdalena has 4 variants: Magdalen, Magdalene, Magdelena and Magdeline.

Affiliated girl names: Alena, Magda and Madeline.

Magdalena has 5 more related variations via Magdalene: Magdalina, Magdaline, Magdalini, Magdeleine and Magdelina.

Kreatif forms: Maedalena, Magdalema, Magdalera. [more]

pinHow popular is Magdalena?

Magdalena is a very prominent first name for females (#703 out of 4276, Top 16%) and also a very prominent last name for all people (#74164 out of 150436, Top 49%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Presented below is the birth name popularity of Magdalena for girls. Magdalena reached its apex rank of #365 in the U.S. then, and is at #976 presently. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Magdalena name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Magdalena outside U.S.

Below is a graphed comparison of the usage of Magdalena and related names. Popular varying forms of Magdalena (#976 in 2014) listed in the Top 1000 are Alena (#617 in 2014), Madeline (#89), Magdalen and Magdalene. Variants like Magdalina are seldom used. Usage of these girl names reached its most widespread during the years 1890-1899 (usage of 0.4388%) and is now much lower (usage 0.2636%, down 39.9%), with the versions Magdalen, Magdalena and Magdalene becoming less stylish. Alena (#617) and Madeline (#89) are two of the more trendy birth names in this compilation, and there is also a resurgence in baby name usage for Madeline. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Magdalena, Alena, Madeline, Magdalen, Magdalene in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Madeline outside U.S.

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Recommended similar baby names are Madalena, Magdala and Magdolna. These names tend to be less commonly used than Magdalena.