Origin : Irish,
Used : Anglicized from of the Gaelic BrÍghid, which is believed to be derived from brÍgh (strength). The name was borne by an ancient Celtic goddess, by St. Bridget of Kildar (451? - 523), an Irish abbess and patron saint of Ireland, and by St. Birgitta (1302? - 73), a Swedish nun and founder of the Order of the Brigittines.,
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Numerology information Breda:
Name Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism
Additional information Breda:
Anglicized form of BRÍD
Definition funny of Breda:
A ghetto word for man/boy etc
Look at that breda over there hes buff alie!
Inventor of the concept of fluff-you won't find this name on any tacky mug :o)
I was wasted last nite,not able for much except watchin' fluff on tv.
Songs about Breda:
Madam Breda's Triangle by Greg J Walker from the Album Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries - Original Soundtrack
Breda 8pm (DJ Montana Edit) by Tiësto from the Album Parade of the Athletes
Breda 8pm by DJ Tiësto from the Album Technics. Pure Summer Experience 2005
126breda by Ottoman Vampyre from the Album The Edge of Night
Breda by Andrew White from the Album White, Andrew: the Heart of the Celtic Guitar
Breda by Stone em All from the Album Breda [Explicit]
Breda by Zannoni from the Album Music for All
Books about Breda:
The Sun Over Breda (Captain Alatriste #3) by Arturo Perez-Reverte (Jun 24, 2008)
El sol de Breda (Aventuras del Capitan Alatriste (Punto de Lectura)) (Spanish Edition) by Arturo Pérez-Reverte (Nov 15, 2010)
Velázquez and The Surrender of Breda: The Making of a Masterpiece by Anthony Bailey (Nov 8, 2011)
Breda (Cetate Lykan 5) (German Edition) by Kay Monroe and Doris Lösel (Sep 27, 2014)
El sol de Breda (Spanish Edition) by Arturo Pérez-Reverte (Nov 2, 2011)
El Sitio de Breda (Spanish Edition) by Pedro Calderón de la Barca (Sep 10, 2007)
Breda: Webster's Timeline History, 1400 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jun 6, 2009)
Wiki information Breda:
Breda is a municipality and a city in the southern part of the Netherlands. The name Breda derived from brede Aa and refers to the confluence of the rivers Mark and Aa. As a fortified city, the city was of strategic military and political...
NAC Breda, simply often known as NAC, is a Dutch professional football club, based in Breda, Netherlands. NAC Breda play in the Rat Verlegh Stadium, named after their most important player, Antoon 'Rat' Verlegh. They play in the Dutch Eredivisie and...
Anglicised version of the Gaelic name "Bríd" (Bridget) meaning "strength".
We have a family friend named Breda, the name is still often used in Ireland.
Bridie, Breedge, Bríd, Bree, Biddy, Bridge, Bridgie.
Bridget or Brigid is a Celtic/Irish female name derived from the noun brígh, meaning "power, strength, vigor, virtue."An alternate meaning of the name is "exalted one".Its popularity, especially in Ireland, is largely related to the popularity of Saint Brigid of Kildare, who was so popular in Ireland she was known as "Mary of the Gael." This saint took on many of the characteristics of the early Celtic goddess Brigid, who was the goddess of agriculture and healing and possibly also of poetry and fire. One of her epithets was "Brigid of the Holy Fire."In German and Scandinavian countries, the popularity of the name spread due to Saint Bridget of Sweden.
In the Irish language, the name is spelled Brighid and is pronounced "Breed" or "Breege". At one time the name was so popular for Irish girls that Biddy was used as a slang term for an Irish girl in English-speaking countries. Some Irish servant girls were called Biddie or Biddy by their employers even if that wasn't their real first name. It has been steadily used in the United States throughout the 20th century, though never among the top 100 most popular names for girls. It was most popular in the 1970s, when it ranked as the 153rd most popular name for girls born in that decade in the United States. In 2006, it was the 349th most popular female given name in the United States; in 2007 it fell to 357th place. It was ranked as the 367th most common name for girls and women in the United States in the 1990 census.
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