What does Adinah mean?
Adinah [ad-i-nah] as a name for girls is of Hebrew origin, and Adinah means "decoration; noble, gentle, delicate". Adinah is a version of Adena (Hebrew). Adinah is also a form of Adina (Hebrew): also possibly "longing".
(female) Adann, Aninah, ..
(male) Adiath, Adini, .. Middle name pairings:
Adinah Gisele (A.G.), ..
How popular is Adinah?
Adinah is a rare first name for women. Adinah is also a rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Adina (#1602 a year ago), Dina (#1459) and Dinah are the prominent variation forms of Adinah (not ranked) listed in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Adene, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Adinah was more pronounced among parents during 1960-1969 (adoption of 0.05%) and is now much less (adoption 0.01%, 75.2% less), with the form Dina becoming less fashionable. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Adinah is alike in pronunciation to Adana, Adanna, Adawna, Adonia, Aidana, Aydana, Edana, Edina, Edwina▼, Edyna, Idiana, Idina, Idona, Idonah and Iduna. Other recommended names are Abijah, Abina, Acimah, Adah▼, Adan, Addiah, Aden, Adia, Adiah, Adiba, Adibah, Adila, Adin, Adira, Adiva, Adivah, Adrah, Adrianah, Adrina, Aidah, Aidan, Aina, Ainah, Akilah, Alanah, Aldina, Alenah, Aliah▲, Alicah, Alidah, Alina▲, Alisah, Aliyah▲, Alizah, Allinah, Amiah, Amicah, Amina▲, Aminah▲, Amineh, Amintah, Amirah▲, Amiyah▲, Amynah, Anina, Anisah, Aniyah▲, Annah, Ariah▲, Ariyah▲, Asiah, Athina, Atifah, Auina, Aviah, Avivah, Ayisah, Eddnah (see Edna), Rainah and Tinah. These names tend to be more frequently used than Adinah.See names in meaning and etymology.