Quoting Piyo Piyo:" Um, So I watched American Horror Story Season 1 on Netflix and I really like some of the names, (Violet, ... [snip!] ... some of the names, (Violet, Vivian, etc), but this stood out to me. Adelaide is quite nice. :) Thoughts? Love, hate, just blah?"
i love violet, vivian and i even love adelaide
i was thinking of this name the other day because we are planning to have an A name for our daughter.
have you ever heard the David Gray song?
Quoting 36-24-36OnlyIfshes5-3:" Hate it, sounds like a beverage. Kool-aide lemonade, limeade, Adelaide."
hehe, Maybe why I like it. With a thick southern like my aunt's it would sound sooo heavenly like those words.
Adelaide and Adeline are both stunning and amazing. either one would be great.
sorry i can't remember how to link you tube here anymore
Quoting Dr. Angelface:" sorry i can't remember how to link you tube here anymore"
I'll have to look it up. My computer is having a shit fit about youtube. :(
Quoting Piyo Piyo:" I'll have to look it up. My computer is having a shit fit about youtube. :("
it's a pretty song
I read a book when I was younger with a character named Addelaide. I liked it :)
Quoting Dr. Angelface:" i love violet, vivian and i even love adelaide i was thinking of this name the other day because we are planning to have an A name for our daughter. have you ever heard the David Gray song?"
I have been thinking about Violet a lot. I am so sad that it is so damn popular. It really is a very nice name. DH would never go for any of those names though, Ugh.
Adelaide is the name of the town I live in, so in my opinion, no it is dreadful and not really a "baby name" by my books - just like I wouldn't name my kids Dakota, Montanna, London, etc.
I love Adelaide.
t's my daughters middle name, and I love it, but now I wish I would have used Adele.
it was a persons name before it was the name of your town just FYI :)
Noble kind; of the noble sort"
This name was imported to England by Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, the wife of William IV of Great Britain. She gave her name to the South Australian city of Adelaide. In contemporary literature of the time, Adelaide was frequently used as a name for upper-class, elegant women.
St Adelaide of Italy lived in the tenth century. She was heir to the throne of Italy and married Otto the Great, Holy Roman Emperor. She was made a saint on account of her good deeds towards the poor.
Adelaide of Aquitaine was the wife of French king Hugh Capet, the founder of the Capetian dynasty.