What does Neda mean?
From nedelja. In Greek mythology, Neda was an Arcadian nymph that nutured Zeus as a child. The river Neda and also a town derived their name from her. The name may also be considered a feminine form of Ned, a nickname for Edward (Old English) "wealthy guard".
(female) Naada, Nedaie, ..
(male) Nedai, Nedary, ..
How popular is Neda?
Neda is a somewhat popular first name for females (#3245 out of 4276, Top 76%) but a unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name history of Neda for girls. Neda reached its top rank of #1841 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not listed at the moment. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Below is a charted comparison of the statistics of Neda and corresponding names. Edward is the only other popular variation form of Neda ranked in the Top 2000. Adoption of these relations of Neda was at its apex 9 decades ago (average #1366).
Neda is alike in pronunciation to Nada, Nadia, Nadie, Nadiya, Nady, Nadya, Naiada, Naida, Needia, Niada, Nidia, Nyada and Nydia. Other suggested similar names are Ada▼, Aeeda, Aida, Alda▼, Arda, Beda, Edda, Elda▼, Heda, Huda, Inda, Jaeda▼, Jenda, Leda, Leida, Leoda, Leyda, Lida▼, Lyda▼, Meda▼, Nana, Nata, Nea, Nedra, Needra, Neel, Neema, Neena, Neera, Neila, Neima, Neka, Nela, Nelda▼, Nelida, Nena, Nera, Nesha, Neta, Neti, Netia, Netta, Neva▼, Neve, Nilda, Nira, Nita▼, Noela, Nola, Norda, Nova▲, Nura, Oleda, Reda, Reeda, Sada, Veda, Veida, Verda▼, Vieda, Welda and Wenda. These names tend to be less frequently used than Neda.