Madison

Pronunciation: ma-hde-e-so-hn
Origin: United Kingdom
gender-female
Author

Emmy Samtani

Emmy Samtani

Emmy is the founder of Kiindred and mother to 3 little ones. Over the last 4 years, she has worked with some of the most credible experts in the parenting space and is a keen contributor on all things parenthood.
Region Origin: Western Europe

The name Madison has its origins in British culture and is derived from the words "maht," which means strength, and "hiltja," which means fight. It is a gender-neutral name that was initially an English surname, meaning "son of Matthew" or "son of Maud". The name gained popularity as a given name in the United States, and at one point, it was among the top 5 most popular girls' names in the country. The meaning of Madison can also be interpreted as "son of Matthew" or "son of Maud". In Old High German, the name is derived from the words "maht," meaning strength, and "hiltja," meaning fight. Since Madison is the "son of Matthew," and Matthew means "gift from God," Madison may also signify "gift from God". The name has been used as a surname, place name, and even as a presidential name.

Madison Name Popularity Data

chat-overall Overall: Madison is currently #118 on Kiindred
gender-female Girl: Madison is currently #51 on Kiindred Girl Names
gender-male Overall Unique: Madison is currently #115 on Kiindred Unique Names
gender-female Girl Unique: Madison is currently #51 on Kiindred Girl Unique Names

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