What does Addie mean?
Addie /ad-die/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Addie) is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Addie is "noble; son of Adam". Short form of Adelaide, Adeline, or Addison.
Addie▼ has 1 variant: Addy.
Addie▼ has 29 more related variations via Addison, Adelaide, Adeline: Ada▲, Adalin, Adaline▼, Addala, Adde, Addey, Addi, Addilyn▲, Addisyn▲, Adel, Adela▼, Adele▼, Adelei, Adelia▼, Adelice, Adeline▲, Adelis, Adell▼, Adelle▼, Adey, Adi, Adline▼, Ado, Ady, Aide, Alice▲, Aline▼, Alline and Edelie.
Addie has 1 masculine form: Addison.Kreatif forms: Adai, Addieai, Aidie. [more]
How popular is Addie?
Addie is a very popular first name for women (#513 out of 4276, Top 12%) and also a very popular last name for both adults and children (#31085 out of 150436, Top 21%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the baby name popularity of Addie for girls. Addie reached its highest rank of #83 in the U.S. then, but is not in the list at the moment. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)
Addison (#24 the previous year), Alice (#97), Adeline (#219), Adelaide (#316), Ada (#382), Addisyn (#534), Addilyn (#543), Adele (#764), Adaline, Aline, Alline, Adline, Adelle, Adelia, Adell and Adela are the popular variation forms of Addie. Usage of these girl names was at its apex during the years 1880-1889 (usage of 0.4569%) and is now much lower (usage 0.3012%, down 34.1%), with versions like Addie, Adell, Adela, Adelia and Adelle falling out of style. The most fashionable girl names in this list are Addilyn (#543), Adelaide (#316), Ada (#382), Alice (#97) and Adeline (#219), and there is a revival in baby name popularity for Ada, Adelaide, Adeline and Alice. Displayed below is a comparison of the popularity of Addie and associated names. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)
Addie▼ is pronounced similarly to Adda▼, Addiah, Adia, Adie, Aidee, Audi, Audie▼, Eadie, Eddi, Eddie▼, Edie and Eydie. Other suggested similar baby names are Ade, Adrie, Andie, Athie, Attie and Aude. These names tend to be less commonly used than Addie.