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Boy Names Starting with Ad-

Ad- baby names and what they mean, with 39 results. Ad- names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these boy names was at its highest in the 1980s (adoption of 1.3%) and is somewhat less today (adoption 0.9%, 32%), with names such as Adolphus becoming somewhat dated. The most trendy names for newborns in this compilation are Adriel (#286), Adonis (#702), Adrien (#855), Adan (#395) and Adrian (#58), while Adami (top 19%) and Adriance (28%) are conventional Ad- last names. Here is the list of Ad- names for girls.

Ad- names

Adael - Adem | Aden - Adulio

Adael - Adem

Adael, var. Adayel
Derivative of Hebrew word. "God witnesses." Arael is a somewhat common birth name.

Adair and variantsAdair, var. Adaire, Adare, Adayre
Origin fr. Old German element. "Wealthy spear." Adair (upper 1%), like Anair (upper 80%), Abadir (71%), is a popular -ir suffix surname.

Derivative of Old German word. "Noble, precious." Compare surnames Adas, Aday. Gender-neutral name.

Albert and variantsAdalbert, Adalbrecht, Adalberto, Adelbert1, Adelbert2, Adelbrecht
Var. of Albert. Derivative of Old English. "Noble, bright." Usage of Adalberto and forms was higher in the 1880s, but now, Adelbert has become less fashionable.

Adalfieri, var. Adelfieri
Root fr. German language. "Noble oath." Adalfieri and Adelfieri are not in the Top 2000.

Adalgiso, var. Adelgiso
Origin fr. Old German word. "Noble, precious promise." Not in Top 2000.

Adalhard and variantsAdalhard, var. Adal2, Adalard, Adelard1, Adellard
Derivative of Old German language. "Noble strength." Rare. Adalhard, Adalard, etc. are not listed in the US Census.

Adalric, var. Adalrich, Adalrick, Adelric, Adelrich, Adelrick
From Old German element. "Noble, regal ruler." Amaric and Avaric are creative variations.

Adam and variantsAdam, var. Ad1, Adamo, Adams, Adan, Addam, Adao, Addams, Addem, Addie1, Addison1, Addis, Addy1, Ade1, Adem1, Adhamh, Adham1, Adim, Adnet, Adnon, Adom, Adnot
Derived fr. Hebrew. "Earth." Adan has become progressively more popular since the 1880s.

Adamec, Adamek, Adamik, Adamok, Adham2
Var. of Damek. Origin fr. Hebrew. "Earth." Outside Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ad- names: Ad, Adair, Adalberto, Adam, Adams

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ad- names: Adan, Addie, Addison, Adelard, Adelbert

Adamson, var. Adamsson, Addamson
Root fr. Old English. "Son of Adam." Adamson, Adamsson and Addamson were not among 2015's Top names.

Derivative of Hebrew. "Noble." Rare. Adar (compare Aylmar) has the common androgynous -ar suffix. See also Adan.

Addison and variantsAddison2, var. Ad2, Addeson, Addie2, Addy2, Adisson, Adison
Stems fr. Old English language. "Son of Adam." Adison and variants are rarely found as given names.

Addy and variantsAddy3, var. Addie3, Ade2, Adi, Ado
Origin fr. Teutonic word. "Awe-inspiring; noble." Addie is common as a baby name among the variant forms of Addy.

Adel1, Adlin
Forms of Edel. Origin fr. Old German. "Noble." Uncommon, with the unconventional -lin suffix for Adlin, like Alin, Ailin.

Adel2, var. Adal3
Derivative of Hebrew, Old German words. "God is eternal; noble." Not in Top 2000.

Adelard2, Adelhard
Var. of Allard. Root fr. Old English element. "Noble and brave." Adelard is commonplace as a children's name compared to Adelhard.

Origin fr. Old German. "Noble, famous." A children's name that is only intermittently used.

Adelphe, var. Adelfo, Adelfus, Adelpho, Adelphus
Derived fr. Greek language. "Brother." Adelphe, Adelfo, etc. were not among 2015's Top names.

Var. of Andrew. Source fr. Greek. "Man, warrior." Uncommon. Adem (compare Ahkeem, Addem) ends with -em. See also Adom.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ad- names for boys.

1. Adael - Adem
Adael [Adayel], Adair [Adare, Adaire, Adayre], Adal, Albert [Adalbert, Adelbert, Adalberto, Adelbrecht, Adalbrecht], Adalfieri [Adelfieri], Adalgiso [Adelgiso], Adalhard [Adal, Adalard, Adelard, Adellard], Adalric [Adelric, Adalrich, Adalrick, Adelrick, Adelrich], Adam [Adom, Adem, Adim, Adham, Adnet, Adnot, Adnon, Adhamh, ..], Damek [Adham, Adamec, Adamek, Adamik, Adamok], Adamson [Adamsson, Addamson], Adar, Addison [Ad, Addy, Addie, Adison, Addeson, Adisson], Addy [Ade, Adi, Ado, Addie], Edel [Adel, Adlin], Adel [Adal], Allard [Adelard, Adelhard], Adelmar, Adelphe [Adelfo, Adelfus, Adelpho, Adelphus], Andrew [Adem]

Aden [Adan, Adin, Adon], Adham, Adil [Adeel, Adiel], Aditya, Adiv [Adeev], Adlai [Ad, Addy, Adley, Addie], Alard [Adlar, Adlard], Adler, Admon, Adnah [Adin], Adnan, Adney, Adolph [Adolf, Adolfo, Adollf, Addolph, Adolpho, Adolphe, Adulfus, Adolphus, ..], Adonia [Adon, Adonia, Adonias, Adoniya, Adonijah], Adonis [Adon, Adones, Adonys, Addonia, Adohnes], Adrian [Adya, Adron, Adrin, Adrien, Adrion, Adrino, Adryan, Adriano, ..], Hadrian [Adrien, Adrian, Adriano], Adriel [Adriell], Adulio

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