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Name Madison - Meaning and origin

Name Madison - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxon

Meaning of the name:

Madison is a mixed first name meaning "son of the mighty warrior" in English.

Celebrities:

This name was widely used in the United States in honor of President James Madison, who served from 1809 to 1817. Today, the capital of Wisconsin, a river and a New York square bear his name. It is also the name of a dance created in the 1960s.

First given mostly to little boys, the name Madison feminized then. Perhaps thanks to the movie Splash, released in 1984. Darryl Hannah plays the role of Madison, a mermaid found in Manhattan in human form. Not forgetting of course the famous movie with Meryl Streep and Clint Eastwood On the Road to Madison.

For her party, Madison is connected with Mathilde. Saint Mathilde became Queen by marrying the King of Germany, Henry the Birder around 912. She founded many hospitals, churches and monasteries.

His character :

Cheerful, a little shy sometimes, Madison is endearing and terribly disturbing ... She knows how to make sweet eyes and bewitch her entourage! She knows how to amuse her when necessary and has a great sense of responsibility.

Derivatives:

Maddie, Maddissone, Madyson

His party :

Madison is celebrating March 4th.

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