Origin of IdaMedieval Latin ; from OHG: akin uncertain or unknown; perhaps to Old Norse Ithunn, goddess of youth
- highest mountain in Crete, in the central part: 8,058 ft (2,456 m)
- mountain in NW Asia Minor, in ancient Phrygia & Mysia near the site of Troy: c. 5,800 ft (1,768 m)Turk. name Kazdaği
- A female given name.
- Fairly common given name in the 19th century, but rare in the English-speaking world today.
Short form of obsolete names beginning with Germanic īd "work", used for both sexes in medieval England. It was revived in the 19th century, partly mistaken for a Greek name, for the Mount Ida of classical mythology.
From Ancient Greek Ἴδη (Idē).
- A river in eastern Slovakia.
- (taxonomy) Used to form taxonomic names at the level of class or higher
ida - Computer Definition
(Intelligent Drive Array) An earlier high-performance disk subsystem from Compaq, which was acquired by HP.
Variant of id
Origin of idModern Latin ; from Classical Latin it, neuter singular of is, he: used as translated, translation of German es, it