Meaning of ORCADES and astrology/horoscope analysis

Is ORCADES a female or a male name and where does ORCADES originate from?

ORCADES is Female and the name originates from Arthurian

ORCADES means: , Orkney, i.e. whale island.

What is the full meaning of ORCADES ?

Is the gender of the name ORCADES male or female and what people use it most often?

The name ORCADES originates from Arthurian and ORCADES is a Female name

ORCADES means: , Orkney, i.e. whale island.

Name and meaning of ORCADES

ORCADES is a Female baby name and origin is Arthurian

ORCADES, Female means: , Orkney, i.e. whale island.

In Arthurian, the name ORCADES is most often used as the name of a Female. And in Arthurian, the Female name ORCADES means , Orkney, i.e. whale island.

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Zodiac Signs/Astrology/numerology analysis and explanation of the name ORCADES

Famous results for ORCADES

SS Orcades (1947)

tourist class passengers. Orcades carried many migrants to Australia and New Zealand and was later used as a cruise ship. "Orcades" is the Latin name for

Orcades

Orcades can refer to: Orcades (islands), the ancient name of the Orkney Islands Orcades (Roman province), an apocryphal Roman province over Orkney SS Orcades (1921)

Orkney

called the islands Orcades, as did Tacitus in 98 AD, claiming that his father-in-law Agricola had "discovered and subjugated the Orcades hitherto unknown"

SS Orcades

SS Orcades can refer to: SS Orcades (1921) SS Orcades (1937) SS Orcades (1948)

SS Orcades (1937)

torpedoes to sink her. Orcades' Master, Charles Fox, was decorated by the Crown and Lloyd's of London for his bravery and leadership. Orcades is the Latin name

SS Orcades (1921)

1921, underwent refit and was renamed Orcades. The vessel then served on the UK-Australia route until 1924. Orcades is an ancient name for the Orkney Islands

Mordred

relationship with his half-sister, the Queen of Orkney named either Anna, Orcades or Morgause. The accounts presented in the Historia and most other versions

SS Himalaya

October 1948. She had an identical hull and machinery to Orient Lines' Orcades (yard no. 950 to Himalaya's 951), though differing in superstructure and

Morgause

(a name meaning "gore"). The earliest known form of Morgause's name is Orcades, given in the First Continuation of Chrétien de Troyes' Perceval (the former

History of Orkney

the Orkney Islands, which they called "Orcades", thought to be a Brythonic Celtic name. A "king of the Orcades" was one of the 11 rulers said to have

SS Orcades (1947)

tourist class passengers. Orcades carried many migrants to Australia and New Zealand and was later used as a cruise ship. "Orcades" is the Latin name for

Orcades

Orcades can refer to: Orcades (islands), the ancient name of the Orkney Islands Orcades (Roman province), an apocryphal Roman province over Orkney SS Orcades (1921)

Orkney

called the islands Orcades, as did Tacitus in 98 AD, claiming that his father-in-law Agricola had "discovered and subjugated the Orcades hitherto unknown"

SS Orcades

SS Orcades can refer to: SS Orcades (1921) SS Orcades (1937) SS Orcades (1948)

SS Orcades (1937)

torpedoes to sink her. Orcades' Master, Charles Fox, was decorated by the Crown and Lloyd's of London for his bravery and leadership. Orcades is the Latin name

SS Orcades (1921)

1921, underwent refit and was renamed Orcades. The vessel then served on the UK-Australia route until 1924. Orcades is an ancient name for the Orkney Islands

Mordred

relationship with his half-sister, the Queen of Orkney named either Anna, Orcades or Morgause. The accounts presented in the Historia and most other versions

Morgause

(a name meaning "gore"). The earliest known form of Morgause's name is Orcades, given in the First Continuation of Chrétien de Troyes' Perceval (the former

History of Orkney

the Orkney Islands, which they called "Orcades", thought to be a Brythonic Celtic name. A "king of the Orcades" was one of the 11 rulers said to have

SS Himalaya

October 1948. She had an identical hull and machinery to Orient Lines' Orcades (yard no. 950 to Himalaya's 951), though differing in superstructure and

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Numerology Meaning of ORCADES by its letters

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Zodia, Horoscope Meaning of MORGAUSE

MORGAUSE means: French form of Latin Orcades, MORGAUSE means "Isles of Orkney." In Arthurian legend, this is Arthur's half-sister, the daughter of Gorlois and Igraine. She was known as "Queen of the Orcades" and was wife to King Lot who was an enemy of Arthur. She slept with Arthur, producing Mordred, who later brought about Camelot's downfall.

Zodia, Horoscope Meaning of ORCADES

ORCADES means: , Orkney, i.e. whale island.

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