Other Origin(s):British, French, Latin
Meaning:Paradise, garden of Eden; Garden, enclosure
With baby’s arrival comes a healthy slice of paradise, making Paradisa the frosting on the angel cake. This feminine name comes from “paradise,” a word in English with roots that spread throughout French, Latin, and Greek. Before the idyllic concept of the “garden of Eden” from the Greek paradeisos, paradise meant “garden” or “enclosure” in its early life in Iranian, Arabic, and Persian. From a religious perspective, Paradisa honors a strong connection to one’s faith—symbolizing Adam and Eve and an era of purity and bliss. Utopic in nature, Paradisa points to a bright future with a fulfilling adventure along the way.

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