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Name Adelice - Meaning of origin


Origin of first name:

Celts, French, Germanic, Originals, Rare

Meaning of the name:

Breton form of Adelaide, Adelice is made up of the Germanic roots adal and hild. This name means "noble fighter."

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Born in 931, Adelaide, also called Alice, was the daughter of King Rudolph II of Burgundy and Berthe of Swabia. She was married very young to the ruler of Italy Lothair II who died shortly after, poisoned by the Marquis of Ivrea Berenger II. Once in power, he imprisoned Adelaide. She still managed to contact King Otto I, who rescued her and dethroned Berenger in 951. Falling under his spell, the German ruler asked her to marry him. After the death of the latter, Adelaide became an empress and put her influence in the service of the needy. She also founded the Seltz double monastery where she died on December 16, 999.

His character :

Adelice is not only sensitive, but also subject to a touch of emotion. Very feminine, she is surprisingly receptive. His sweetness and delicacy attract him the sympathy of his relatives. Adelice does not lack qualities of heart and common sense. She is at the same time tolerant, generous and pedagogue. She strives to render service to please her loved ones. Honest and loyal, she has a deep sense of friendship.

Derivatives:

Adelise, Adélaida, Adélaide, Adelisa, Adelicia, Aileas, Ailis, Ailisa, Ailish, Alice, Alis, Alix, Alison, Alys, Azelice, Azilis, Ealish ...

His party :

The people named Adelice are honored on December 16th.

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