What does Addiah mean?
Associated with: noble.
1 more alternative form via Ada: Adan.Creative forms:
(female) Addial, Aldiah, ..
(male) Addial, Addiaz, .. Middle name pairings:
Addiah Raelyn (A.R.), ..
How popular is Addiah?
Addiah is an unusual first name for women. Addiah is an equally uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Ada (#357 the previous year), Addie (#1122), Aida (#1296), Adia and Adda are the popular related forms of Addiah (not ranked) listed in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Adey, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Addiah was widespread in the 1880s (median #738) and has become much reduced since (#1355, down 88%). (2015 Birth Statistics)
Addiah is alike in pronunciation to Adah▼, Addey, Auda, Audi, Audie▼, Ayda, Edda, Eddi and Eddie▼. Other recommended names are Abiah, Acadia, Adal, Adala, Adara, Addal (see Adalia), Adde, Addilyn▲, Addison, Addula, Adela, Adelia▼, Adhita, Adibah, Adila, Adinah, Adivah, Adrah, Adria, Adriah, Adrian▼, Africah, Afrikah, Aisiah, Alah, Alaia▲, Aldith, Alia▲, Aliah▲, Alidah, Alisah, Aliyah▲, Alizah, Alliah, Allidiah, Almah, Alvah, Alydah, Alynah, Amiah, Aminah▲, Amiyah▲, Andria, Ania, Anisah, Ardah, Ardia, Ardis▼, Ardith▼, Ardra, Ariah▲, Artia, Ashiah, Asiah, Audra▼, Aviah, Datiah (see Datya), Eddnah (see Edna), Giliah, Hediah, Idonah (see Idona), Kiriah, Moriah, Niah, Raziah and Sadah. These names tend to be more frequently used than Addiah.See names in meaning and etymology.