in the U.S.
Gender: Girl. Ranked #17110 most popular
What does the name "Rada" mean?
Rada (Bulgarian): Care, Joy
The name "Rada" is of Bulgarian origin and it means "Care, Joy". It's a name commonly given to girls. There are 8 other names that are similar to this one.
R is for righteous, you know when you're right.
A is for able, for you surely are.
D is for delight, a surprise from within.
A is for agreeable, the best side of you!
Your name in reverse order is "Adar". A random rearrangement of the letters in your name (anagram) will give "Aard". How do you pronounce that?
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How popular is the name "Rada" in the U.S.?
Want to know about the populiarty of Rada? From 1880 to 2014, the Social Security Administration has recorded 421 babies born with the name Rada in the United States. That's more than enough Radas to occupy the territory of Pitcairn Islands (United Kingdom) with an estimated population of 66 (as of July 1, 2008). The name first appeared in the year 1893 when it was given to 6 new born babies. The highest recorded use of the name "Rada" was in 1921 with a total of 15 babies.
Past life for Rada born Mar 7, 1922
I do not know how you feel about it, but you were a male in your last earthly incarnation. You were born somewhere around the territory of Ukraine approximately on 775. Your profession was map maker, astrologer, and astronomer.
Psychologically, you were timid, constrained, and quiet. You had creative talents, waited until that life to be liberated. Sometimes environment considered you strange. It always seemed to you, that your perceptions of the world are somewhat different. Your lesson - to trust your intuition as your best guide in present life.
Here's something for you to ponder on...
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