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The girl's name Magdalene is a variant of Madeline (Hebrew) and Magdalena (Greek), and the meaning of Magdalene is "woman from Magdala".
In the New Testament, Mary Magdalene was the name of a woman Jesus cured of seven demons, and then remained with him during his ministry, witnessing the crucifixion and the resurrection.
Place name: Magdala was a town on the sea of Galilee,the home of Saint Mary Magdalen,whom Jesus healedand who was present at his crucifixion.
Italo is used chiefly in the Italianlanguage and its origin is Latin. Derived from the element 'italus'. Italus (Latin) is an original form of Italo. The name was borne in Romanlegend by the father of the twinsRomulus and Remus, who were known as the trad
Madeleine is a spelling variant of the English Madeline. Magdala, a town on the coast of the Sea of Galilee.
Magdalene Name also appears in following Origin(s): Latin, Biblical, Spanish, Latin-American
Famous Name Magdalene
was queen-consort of Denmark and Norway as the wife of King Christian VI of Denmark and Norway. She was born in Castle Schonberg, to Christian Heinrich of Brandenburg-Bayreuth-Kulmbach by his wife, Countess Sophie Christiane of Wolfstein. She was the lady-in-waiting to the Queen of Poland, Christiane Eberhardine of Brandenburg-Bayreuth, where Christian came to choose his spouse. On 7 August 1721, she was married to Prince Christian. As Crown Princess, she lived discreetly with her spouse: the couple was in opposition to the second marriage of the King. She is often considered to have been behind the fact that her spouse broke his promise to respect and protect the rights of his father's widow, Anne Sophie Reventlow. She became queen of Denmark in 1730. The royal couple's life together was harmonious and her spouse respected and trusted her, but Sophia Magdalene was unpopular. She was accused of creating a certain closedness around the Court and the royal family. She was seen as haughty, arrogant and proud.