Origin of the name ALEIDA.
Etymology of the
Meaning of the baby name ALEIDA.
spelling of Alida (q.v.), a Latinized
form of French Adélaïde
(q.v.), meaning "noble
cheer," or "noble maiden." (New
Dictionary of the English and Dutch Language, Bomhoff, 1851). Usage: America,
Argentina, Germany, Holland, Mexico.
March, eldest daughter of Argentine Marxist revolutionary Ernesto "Che"
Guevara and his second wife Aleida March. Aleida Araceli Nuñez, a
Mexican actress. (Wiki)
... The weather was worse, and
it appeared that the launch, the Permoshnik, which was towing
astern of the Aleida Johanna, had broken adrift. The
captain of the latter had promptly let go his rope to the Ulidia
and had gone off to pick up the unfortunate "Rat-Whiskers,"
who was whistling and burning blue lights, and showing every sign of
Edinburgh Magazine, v.208, 1920).