What does the name Lydia mean?


The name Lydia means 'noble kind' or 'of the noble sort.' It is a girls' name of Germanic origin. A variant form of the name Adelheid, Lydia is used in English speaking countries.
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丽迪亚 [lì dí yà]
Lydia, from the book of Acts, was a seller of purple goods, such as cloth,
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The name Lydia comes from the word Ludia which means from Lydia a place in Greece. Lydia is also the name of a place in Asian minor known for two famous kings: Midas and Croecus. Bibilically, Lydia was a Christian woman who did business selling purples which is a dye.
The name Lydia is of Germanic origin meaning noble kind or simply. Lydia is also the name of a historic region of Asia Minor that included Ephesus and Troy. It is also the name of a purple goods seller in the Bible who is considered to be the first European convert to Christianity.
The name Lydia means “from Lydia”. Lydia, is generally used as a girl's name. It is pronounced Ly-di-a and consists of 5 letters and 3 syllables. In 2010, it ranked 118 out of the top 1000 most popular U.S. girls names.
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