"Ida" is a popular name for girls that has Greek origin. Meaning of the name Ida is: "Hardworking".
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my daughter (born this year) is called Ida after her grandma who came from The Gambia.... it is very popular there :-)
my names ida, and people in my school always call me idaho lol (the'state!!!)
My name is IDA also. People find the name inter'sting sweet and nice but I feel weird when someone calls me IDA. Honestly I don't like the name but I guess its not a bad name after all.
I know three Idas and all of them love their name. One Ida complains that people pronounce it "Ay-dah", like the'spanish name Ada. Why? We have no idea.
It's me again. I just forgot to write "Thumbs Up" for Idaaaa =D!
my name is ida and in grade school i was called idaho and other variations of it. I prefer the'spelling Ayda to Ida
My great grandmother's sister's name was Ida. My mothe's side of the family is of scandinavian lineage. Ida was a common name given in Norway, Sweden and less commonly in the other'scandinavian countries. American I'migrants from the nordic countries in the mid19th and late 19th century names their daughters Ida and perhaps German I'migrants too.
My family traces It's first roots in America to Dickson, North Dakota. I am not sure how popular that name is in the Dakotas anymore. The name Ida seems to have a certain antiquated air about it in this day and age. I found out it means "industriousness" which certainly would be apt when describing my grandmother's sister. She was a fine woman.
My name is Ida and living in Denmark it is apretty commen name in 2020 it is the'second most given girl name in Denmark. I was named after my grandmohter. I like my name but becourse it is so commen in Denmark It'some times gets a bit confusing