Amadi

Meaning : Rejoice,

Origin : African,

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Amadi Expression, Amadi Soul Urge, Amadi Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Amadi:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive

additional

Additional information Amadi:

additionalIbo of Nigeria

additionalArabic Meaning: The name Amadi is an Arabic baby name. In Arabic the meaning of the name Amadi is: Much praised. One of many names of the prophet Muhammad.

additionalAfrican Meaning: The name Amadi is an African baby name. In African the meaning of the name Amadi is: fated to die at birth'.

urban

Definition funny of Amadi:

urbanAn extraordinarily beautiful girl. Very smart and unique and enjoys other company. Can be extremaly bitchy but for some reason everyone enjoys her company.... girls want to be her, and guys want to have her ;)

urbanguy 1: damn, i need a girl who's smart and a nice piece of ass guy 2: you need an amadi!

urbanA boy who's skin is the color of milk chocolate, who's smile glitters with kindness. He's sweeter than grandma's snicker doodles and he makes people laugh with his natural sense of humor. He is someone who will always not only listen, but understand. He is the apple of your eye.

urbanGirl: He's handsome and so sweet, I'm glad he's mine. Girl 2: So his name is Amadi?

expression

Expression information Amadi:

expressionPeople with this name tend to initiate events, to be leaders rather than followers, with powerful personalities. They tend to be focused on specific goals, experience a wealth of creative new ideas, and have the ability to implement these ideas with efficiency and determination. They tend to be courageous and sometimes aggressive. As unique, creative individuals, they tend to resent authority, and are sometimes stubborn, proud, and impatient.

soul

Soul information Amadi:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to inspire others in a higher cause, and to share their own strongly held views on spiritual matters.

songs

Songs about Amadi:

songsThe Adventures Of Amadis - Las Aventuras De Amadis by Medwyn Goodall from the Album Alcazar Flame Of Passion

songsAmadis Of Gaul - Amadis De Gaula by Medwyn Goodall from the Album Alcazar Flame Of Passion

songsAmadis: Amadis, Act II: Bois epais by Janet Baker from the Album Baker - Gluck, Lully, Marcello, Berkeley, Finzi, Vaughan Williams, Britten, Purcell, Warlock

songsBaz Amadi Ay Jane Man by Ahmad Zahir from the Album Ariana Music

songsBois Épais Redouble Ton Ombre (Amadis) (Lully) by Giorgio Favaretto / Angelica Tuccari from the Album Angelica Tuccari: Soprano In Concert

songsBois épais, redouble ton ombre (Amadis) by Martial Singher from the Album Lebendige Vergangenheit - Martial Singher

songsKhosh Amadi by Jamshid from the Album Khosh Amadi

books

Books about Amadi:

booksAmadís de Gaula, Libro Primero (Spanish Edition) by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo (Aug 26, 2013)

booksAmadís de Gaula, Libro Segundo (Spanish Edition) by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo (Aug 27, 2013)

booksAmadís de Gaula, Libro Tercero (Spanish Edition) by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo (Aug 26, 2013)

booksAmadís de Gaula, Libro Cuarto (Spanish Edition) by Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo (Aug 26, 2013)

booksAmadis de Gaula Vol 1 by Rodriguez de Montalvo and Garci Ordonez Rodriguez de Montalvo (Jan 1, 2006)

booksAmadis de Gaula Vol 2 by Rodriguez de Montalvo and Garci Ordonez Rodriguez de Montalvo (Jan 1, 2006)

booksAmadis of Gaul, Books I and II (Studies in Romance Languages) by Garci Rodriguez De Montalvo, Herbert Behm and Edwin Place (Jan 10, 2003)

wiki

Wiki information Amadi:

Elechi Amadi
Novelist, Author, Person

Elechi Amadi is a Nigerian author of plays and novels that are generally about African village life, customs, beliefs and religious practices, as they were before contact with the Western world. Amadi is best regarded for his 1966 first novel, The...

Amadiya
City/Town/Village, Location, Statistical region, Dated location

Amadiya, is a small Assyrian and Kurdish town along a tributary to the Great Zab in the Dahuk Governorate of Iraqi Kurdistan. The city is situated 4,600 feet above sea level.