masculine Amadej

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Origin:
latin
Name Root:
ăMāRE DĕUS > AMADEUS
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This name derives from the Latin root “ămāre dĕus > amadeus,” based on the Latin expression “qui amat Deum.” First documented in the eleventh century, the name Amadeus and its variants spread due to its religious value, the same way as many other names typical of ancient onomastics. The diffusion of the name is also attributed to the popularity of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Wolfgang Theophilus Mozart), a prolific and influential composer of the Classical era, which in fact preferred the Latin’s literal translation of his middle name.

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