Edith - translation to french
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Edith - translation to french

FEMALE GIVEN NAME
List of people with given name Edith; List of notable people named Edith; List of people named Edith; Edgyth; List of Ediths; Édith

Edith      
n. Edith, woman's name; Piaf, Edith Piaf (1915-63), French singer famous for her voice and pathetic interpretations of her "realistic" songs
Edith Piaf      
Edith Piaf (1915-63), French cabaret singer
Piaf         
Piaf, family name; Edith Piaf (1915-63), French cabaret singer

Wikipedia

Edith

Edith is a feminine given name derived from the Old English words ēad, meaning 'riches or blessed', and is in common usage in this form in English, German, many Scandinavian languages and Dutch. Its French form is Édith. Contractions and variations of this name include Ditte, Dita, and Edie.

It was a common first name prior to the 16th century, when it fell out of favour. It became popular again at the beginning of the 19th century, and in 2016 it was ranked at 488th most popular female name in the United States, according to the Social Security online database. It became far less common as a name for children by the late 20th century.

The name Edith has five name days: May 14 in Estonia, January 13 in the Czech Republic, October 31 in Sweden, July 5 in Latvia, and September 16 in France, Hungary, Poland and Lithuania.

Pronunciation examples for Edith
1. EDITH SHEFFER: Yeah!
The Origins of Autism in Nazi Vienna _ Edith Sheffer _ Talks at Google
2. EDITH SHEFFER: It is.
The Origins of Autism in Nazi Vienna _ Edith Sheffer _ Talks at Google
3. EDITH SHEFFER: Yeah.
The Origins of Autism in Nazi Vienna _ Edith Sheffer _ Talks at Google
4. EDITH SHEFFER: Sure.
The Origins of Autism in Nazi Vienna _ Edith Sheffer _ Talks at Google
5. >>Edith Sheffer: Yeah.
Burned Bridge _ Edith Sheffer _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of Edith
1. Olivier Horner Cocteau écrit: «Mme Edith Piaf a du génie.
2. Je choisirais Billie Holiday ou Edith Piaf.» Il a survécu ŕ toutes les révolutions.
3. Claude Cheysson, Jacques Delors, Edith Cresson et Charles Hernu sont du voyage.
4. Prendre la ligne Nendaz–Siviez, et descendre devant le café Chez Edith au lieu dit Lavantier.
5. Edith est une fille Nock, de la cél';bre famille circassienne.