What does Ardath mean?
Ardath [ar-dath] as a name for girls. Ardath's name origin is Hebrew, and the meaning of Ardath is "bronze; blooming meadow". Ardath is an alternate spelling of Arda (Hebrew) with the suffix -th. Ardath is also a form of Ardith (Hebrew).
Associated with: meadow.
(female) Addath, Aldath, ..
(male) Ardathal, Ardathar, ..
How popular is Ardath?
Ardath is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#3829 out of 4276, Top 90%) but an uncommon surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name history of Ardath for girls. Ardath entered the list in 1900-1909 and reached its top position of #1142 in the U.S. during the years 1910-1919, but is not ranked at the moment. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Below is a graphed analysis of the statistics of Ardath and corresponding names. Arda, Ardell, Ardis and Ardith are the prominent varying forms of Ardath rated in the Top 2000. Usage of these relations of Ardath was more pronounced among parents in the 1920s (usage of 0.03%), but now, versions such as Ardis have become less trendy.
Recommended names are Abrah, Ada▼, Adah▼, Adair, Adal, Adala, Adali, Adan, Adana, Adara, Adda▼, Addala, Adiah, Aditi, Agata, Agate, Agathe, Agathi, Aida, Aidah, Aidan, Ailith, Ainah, Alda▼, Aldana, Aldith, Aleah▲, Aliah, Alidah, Almah, Alvah, Amata, Amiah, Anat, Anath, Annah, Ara▼, Arava, Aravah, Ardena, Ardia, Ardyce, Arete, Arette, Aria▲, Ariah▲, Ariane, Arista, Arjane, Arla, Arleta, Arleth, Arletha, Armani▲, Arnett, Aryane, Arza, Arzit, Asiah, Asyah, Auda, Avah▲, Aviah, Aydana, Cath, Eadith, Edith▼, Eidith, Eidyth (see Edith), Heath, Judith▼, Orlaith, Truth, Urith and Vardith. These names tend to be less commonly used than Ardath.