What does Adem mean?
Adem [adem] as a boys' name is a Hebrew and Greek name, and Adem means "earth; man, warrior". Adem is a version, with the suffix -em, of Adam (Hebrew): from "adama". Adem is also a form of Andrew (Greek).
Adem has 27 more alternative forms via Adam, Andrew: Ad, Adamo, Adams, Adan▲, Adao, Addams, Addie, Addis, Addy, Ade, Adnet, Adnon, Adnot, Anders▲, Andie, Andor, Andre, Andrea, Andrei, Andrej, Andres, Andrey, Andro, Andru, Andy, Atim and Drew.Creative forms:
(male) Adex, Arem, ..
(female) Ademar, Ademi, .. Middle name pairings:
Adem Rodney (A.R.), ..
How popular is Adem?
Adem is a rare first name for males but a very popular surname for all people (#61058 out of 150436, Top 41%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related boy names. Prominent related forms of Adem (not in Top 2000) are Ad, Adam (#73 the previous year), Adams, Adan (#395), Addie, Anders (#794), Andre (#279), Andrea, Andrei (#1917), Andres (#228), Andrew (#30), Andrey (#1657), Andru, Andy (#323) and Drew (#363). Other variants, like Adnot, are seldom used. These forms of Adem were at the top of their popularity during the years 1980-1989 (usage of 2.9%) and are now much less widespread (usage 1.1%, down 61.2%), with forms such as Andrew becoming less in vogue. Adan and Anders are two of the more trendy names for newborns here. Shown below is a study of the statistics of Adem and associated names. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Similar NamesRecommended names are Abdel, Abe▼, Abel▲, Abey, Ace▲, Acee, Acel, Acer, Acey, Acim, Adael, Adal, Adar, Adeel, Adeev, Adel, Aden, Adi, Adiel, Adil, Adin, Adiv, Adler, Adley, Adney, Ado, Adon, Adya, Aed, Ahim, Aiden▲, Akeem▼, Akim, Alden▲, Alec▼, Aled, Alek, Alem, Alen, Alex, Am, Amed, Amel, Amer, Ames, Ander, Aram, Ardel, Arden, Arek, Arel, Aren, Ares▲, Ase, Aseem, Asen, Asim, Atef, Auden, Audey, Ave, Avel, Axe, Axel▲, Ayden▲, Azam, Azeem, Azim, Clem▼, Hem, Jem, Lem▼ and Shem. These names tend to be more frequently used than Adem.See names in meaning and etymology.