Name
GRANDE

Name GRANDE

Between 1999 and 2018 there were 2 births of Grande in the countries below, which represents an average of 0 birth of children bearing the first name Grande per year on average throughout this period.
On the last available year for each country, we count 0 birth.

Other languages  :  
En Français Prénom Grande   
In Italiano Nome Grande   


Information about the first name Grande

The first name Grande has been assigned to:
100.00% to boys
0.00% to girls
The country where the first name Grande is the most common is:
IT Italy
This first name is on trend: Male
This first name has 6 letters including 2 vowels and 4 consonants

Grande in Japanese *

Romajigurando
Katakanaグランド
Hiraganaぐらんど
* This is a phonetic conversion, not a translation.
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Grande in sign language

Grande in binary language

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Origin and meaning of name Grande

US English
Etymology src :
  • Borrowed from Italian grande. Doublet of grand and grandee.
Adjective src :
  • grande (not comparable)
  • (chiefly US) Of a cup of coffee: smaller than venti but larger than tall, usually 16 ounces.
Anagrams src :
  • Gander, Garden, danger, gander, garden, graned, nadger, ranged
FR French
Adjective src :
  • grande
  • feminine singular of grand
Anagrams src :
  • danger, de rang
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /ɡʁɑ̃d/
  • Homophone: grandes
  • Rhymes: -ɑ̃d
Old French
Adjective src :
  • grande
  • nominative feminine singular of grant
  • oblique feminine singular of grant
Alternative forms src :
  • grant ('grande' steadily replaces 'grant' during the Old French period)
FR French
Adjective (Derived terms) src :
  • grande dame
ES Spanish
Etymology src :
  • From Latin grandis, grandem (“large, great”), ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *ghrewə- (“to fell, put down, fall in”).
Adjective src :
  • grande (plural grandes) superlative: grandísimo/el mayor
  • (after the noun or predicatively) big, large
  • Synonyms: amplio (for cloth, shoe, place), voluminoso
  • Antonyms: chico, pequeño
  • (before a plural noun) great
  • Synonym: grandioso
  • Antonym: irrelevante
  • (about human age) aged, old
  • Synonyms: anciano, viejo
  • Antonyms: chico, joven, pequeño
Alternative forms src :
  • gran (preceding a singular noun)
Noun src :
  • grande m (plural grandes)
  • grandee
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /ˈɡɾande/, [ˈɡɾãn̪d̪e]
Adjective (Usage notes) src :
  • When used before and in the same noun phrase as the modified singular noun, the apocopic form gran (“great”) is used instead of grande.
Noun (Descendants) src :
  • → English: grandee
  • → German: Grande
Interlingua
Adjective src :
  • grande (comparative major, superlative le major or le maxime)
  • big, large
  • Antonym: parve
  • great
PT Portuguese
Etymology src :
  • From Old Portuguese grande, from Latin grandis, of uncertain origin.
Adjective src :
  • grande m or f (plural grandes, comparable)
  • large; great; big (of great size or extent)
  • large; big; numerous (numerically large)
  • (preceding nouns) great (of great importance)
  • (preceding nouns) great; magnanimous (noble and generous in spirit)
  • grown-up; mature
  • (followed by a city’s name) the metropolitan area of, greater
Alternative forms src :
  • grãde (obsolete, abbreviation)
Noun src :
  • grande m, f (plural grandes)
  • (Brazil, colloquial, used in the vocative) A term of address for someone
  • Synonyms: amigo, chefe
Pronunciation src :
  • (Portugal) IPA(key): /ˈɡɾɐ̃.dɨ/, /ɡɾɐ̃d/
  • (Brazil) IPA(key): /ˈɡɾɐ̃.d͡ʒi/
  • (South Brazil) IPA(key): /ˈɡɾɐ̃.de/
Adjective (Antonyms) src :
  • (of great size): pequeno, see Thesaurus:grande
Adjective (Derived terms) src :
  • grandemente
  • infinitamente grande
Adjective (Inflection) src :
  • Comparative: maior
  • Superlative: máximo (poetic), o maior
  • Synthetic superlative: grandíssimo
  • Augmentative: grandão, grandalhão
  • Diminutive: grandinho, grandote
Adjective (Synonyms) src :
  • (of great size): see Thesaurus:grande
  • (numerous): numeroso
  • (magnanimous): magnânimo
  • (grown-up): crescido, maduro
Galician
Etymology src :
  • From Old Portuguese grande, from Latin grandis, grandem.
Adjective src :
  • grande m or f (plural grandes)
  • large
  • Synonyms: enorme, groso
Ladino
Etymology src :
  • From Latin grandis.
Adjective src :
  • grande ? (Latin spelling)
  • big
Noun src :
  • grande m (Latin spelling)
  • adult
Latin
Etymology src :
  • From grandis (“large, great”).
Adverb src :
  • grandē (comparative grandius, superlative grandissimē)
  • greatly
  • (poetic) loudly, aloud
IT Italian
Etymology src :
  • From Latin grandem, accusative form of grandis, ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *ghrewə- (“to fell, put down, fall in”).
Adjective src :
  • grande m or f (masculine and feminine plural grandi, comparative più grande or maggiore, superlative grandissimo or massimo or sommo)
  • of greater physical dimensions or numerosity
  • big (size)
  • large (quantity)
  • tall
  • wide, broad
  • long
  • great (importance)
  • (colloquial) Synonym of bravo
Adverb src :
  • grande
  • really (intensifier)
Interjection src :
  • grande
  • great!
Noun src :
  • grande m or f (plural grandi)
  • adult, grownup
  • great (person of major significance)
  • (uncountable) greatness, magnificence
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /ˈɡran.de/, [ˈɡr̺än̪d̪e̞]
  • Hyphenation: gràn‧de
Adjective (Usage notes) src :
  • The apocopic form gran may be used before singular nouns that start with a consonant. Before singular nouns that start with an impure s, using the apocopic form is ungrammatical but often used in spoken lanugage. Before nouns that start with a vowel, grande can be elided by use of an apostrophe.
DK Danish
Etymology src :
  • From Spanish grande.
Etymology src :
  • From Old Danish grannæ, from Old Norse granni, from Proto-Germanic *garaznô (“neighbour”).
Etymology (Noun) src :
  • grande c (singular definite granden, plural indefinite grander)
  • grandee
Etymology (Noun) src :
  • grande c (singular definite granden, plural indefinite grander)
  • (archaic) neighbour
DE German
Etymology src :
  • Borrowed from Spanish grande.
Noun src :
  • Grande m (genitive Granden, plural Granden)
  • (chiefly politics, journalism) grandee (person of high rank)
Noun (Usage notes) src :
  • Often used in journalistic language to form compounds:
 

Popularity of the name Grande

Number of GRANDE births per year

Total births of Grande by country

Births with the first name Grande
Country
Boys
Girls
ITItaly
1999 - 2018
2
0

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Personalities with the first name Grande

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Film Actors and Actresses with the first name Grande

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Rankings of first name GRANDE by country

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