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What does Addalla mean?

Addalla Pronunciation of Addalla as a name for girls is an Old German name, and the meaning of the name Addalla is "noble kind". Addalla is an alternate spelling of Adelaide (Old German): from adal heid.

ASSOCIATED WITH Ad-, -la, noble, kind (gracious)


VARIANTS Adella, Adelia, Adelei, Adelais, Adela, Addala

RELATIONS VIA ADELAIDE Adalena, Adalin, Adalyn, Adell, Adelle



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How popular is Addalla?

Addalla is a rare given name for women. Addalla is a rare last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Popular variation forms of Addalla (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) are Adalyn (#132 IN 2015), Adela (#1123), Adelaide (#273), Adelia, Adell, Adella and Adelle. These relations of Addalla were popular in 2015 (AVERAGE #1361), except for forms like Adelia which have become less trendy. Adalyn and Adelaide are two of the more fashionable names for newborns here. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Adalyn, Adela, Adelaide, Adelia, Adell in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Adella, Adelle in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Addalla and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Addalla is alike in pronunciation to Adala, Adalee, Adali, Adalia, Adalie, Adalley, Addula, Adellah, Adeola, Adiella, Adila, Adola, Ahdella, Audelia, Idalia, Idella, Odella, Udella and Yudella. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Aalya, Abella, Accalia, Adal, Adalina, Adaliz, Adallina, Adamma, Adana, Adanna, Adawna, Adda, Addal (see Adalia), Addilyn, Adelma, Adolfa, Aedelle, Agnella (see Agnes), Agnolla (see Agnola), Aidana, Alala, Aldabella, Aldana, Aldara, Alla, Amahla, Amala, Amalea, Amalia, Amalya, Angella, Arbella, Arcilla, Ardell, Ardella, Ardelle, Ariella, Arnalda, Atalia, Athalia, Auralia, Aviella, Axella, Ayala, Azalea, Azalia, Dalla, Damalla, Galla, Kalla, Lalla, Madella, Migdalla (see Migdalia), Nualla, Olalla and Pamalla. These names tend to be more commonly used than Addalla.

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