What does Adolph mean?
The Latin form Adolphus arrived in Britain in mid-19th century, having been a German and Swedish royal name and also a saint's name. The name has become less common since the infamous Adolf Hitler and World War II. Filmmaker Adolph Zukor; actor Adolphe Menjou; fashion designer Adolfo; beer magnate Adolph Coors.
Adolph has 1 feminine form: Adolpha.Kreatif forms: Adolar, Adolfio, Adolphar. [more]
How popular is Adolph?
Adolph is a somewhat popular first name for males (#642 out of 1220, Top 53%) and an even more popular last name for both adults and children (#14612 out of 150436, Top 10%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name popularity of Adolph for boys. Adolph reached its top rank of #137 in the U.S. then, but is not ranked currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Dolph, Dolphus, Adolphus, Adolfo and Adolf are the popular related forms of Adolph listed in the Top 1000. Usage of these boy names was at its highest during the years 1880-1889 (usage of 0.3108%) and is now much less, with the forms Adolfo, Adolf, Adolph and Adolphus becoming less fashionable. Shown below is a comparison of the usage of the boy name Adolph and related names. (2014 Birth Statistics)