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Girl Names Starting with Ada-
Ada- baby names and what they mean, with 18 results. Ada- names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names are at the peak of their popularity presently (adoption of 0.45%), except for names like Adah which have become less stylish. Adaline (#364), Adalyn (#132) and Adalynn (#123) are three of the more contemporarily stylish girl names in this compilation, while Aday (top 12%) and Adaya (77%) are conventional Ada- last names.
Ada - AdawnaAda1▼, Adalaide, Adalayde, Adalena, Adalheid, Adaline1▲, Adalin, Adalyn1▲, Adalynn1▲
Var. of Adelaide. Root fr. Old German language. "Noble kind." Adelin is also a moderately common girl's name.Ada2▼, var. Adan1
Root fr. Old German. "Noble." Ada and variants were favored as baby names in the 1880s and have become less popular, with Ada becoming somewhat dated. Adah▼
Based on Hebrew word. "Adornment." Popular. Compare Adah with common -ah surnames Allah (top 27%), Ansah (35%). See also Addi.Adair, var. Adaire, Adare, Adayre
Based on Old German element. "Wealthy spear." Atair and Atir are creative variations.Adalene, Adalina, Adaline2▲, Adallina, Adalyn2▲, Adalynn2▲
Forms of Adeline. From Old German element. "Noble." Used somewhat frequently as children's names, Adalynn, Adalene, etc. are comparable to the common Avalynn.Adalgisa, var. Adalgise
Derivative of Old German. "Noble, precious promise." Adalgisa and Adalgise are not Top 2000 names.Adalia1, Adalie1
Var. of Adela. Based on Old German. "Noble." Adoption of Adalia and forms was common in 2015. Adalia2, var. Adal, Adala, Adalee, Adali, Adalie2, Adalley
Stems fr. Hebrew, Old German. "God is my refuge; noble one." Somewhat common as baby names, Adalee, Adalia, etc. sound like the common Adelle.Adalicia, Adaliz
Forms of Adelisa. Origin fr. French language. A blend of Adela and Lisa. Unique, with the unconventional -icia ending for Adalicia, like Analicia, Adelicia.Adamaris, var. Adamari
Derived fr. Latin language. "To love." Adoption of Adamaris and forms was widespread among parents 9 years ago.
Source fr. Hebrew element. "Earth." Adameena, Adamina, Adamine and Adaminna are more unusual as children's names.Adamma
Based on Igbo. "Beautiful child." Not in popularity charts. See also Adana.Adan2
Form of Aidan. Stems fr. Gaelic language. "Fire." Compare last names Adao (top 57%), Aday (12%). Cross-gender use.Adana
Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Earth." Unusual. Adana, like Avana, uses the feminine -ana ending. See also Adene.Adanna
From Nigerian element. "Her father's daughter." Uncommon. Adanna (compare Alzina) has the feminine-sounding -na suffix. See also Adeana.Adara1
Form of Adra. Based on Arabic word. "Virgin." A moderately rare birth name. See also Adorae.Adara2
Stems fr. Arabic, Greek, Hebrew. "Virgin; beauty; noble." Somewhat popular as a children's name, Adara is comparable to the common Audra. See also Adoray.Adawna
Form of Dawn. From Old English element. "The first appearance of light, daybreak." Scarcely used as a baby name. See also Adanna.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ada- names for girls.1. Ada - Adawna
Adelaide [Adalyn▲, Adalin, Adalena, Adaline▲, Adalynn▲, Adalaide, Adalheid, Adalayde, ..], Ada▼ [Adan], Adah▼, Adair [Adare, Adaire, Adayre], Adeline [Adalyn▲, Adalina, Adaline▲, Adalynn▲, Adalene, Adallina], Adalgisa [Adalgise], Adela [Adalia, Adalie], Adalia [Adal, Adala, Adali, Adalee, Adalie, Adalley], Adelisa [Adaliz, Adalicia], Adamaris [Adamari], Adamina [Ada▼, Adamine, Adaminna, Adameena], Adamma, Aidan [Adan], Adana, Adanna, Adra [Adara], Adara, Dawn [Adawna]