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Adaline is just one way to spell the name “Adeline,” but it's becoming a popular moniker in its own right. It symbolized faith and nobility to many people throughout history. While it hasn't been very common in the United States since the 1920s, a popular 2015 movie starring Blake Lively helped put it back on the map. Adaline comes with a variety of nicknames and pairs well with many traditional one-syllable middle names for baby girls.

Meaning of the name Adaline:

German: Noble

Origin of the name Adaline:

Adaline is another way to spell the feminine name, Adeline. It's derived from the French name “Adele.” The Germanic word “adel” means noble.

Symbolism of the name Adaline:

Adaline is derived from the name Adele, which became popular in the 8th century, thanks to a saint by the same name. Saint Adele was the daughter of King Dagobert II, and she later became a nun. For this reason, the name “Adaline” may be associated with faith and nobility.

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Gender of the name Adaline:

Adaline is a girl's name.

Pronunciation of the name Adaline:


Number of syllables in the name Adaline:


Emotion evoked from the name Adaline:

While the name Adaline represents nobility, it evokes soft and feminine emotions.

Alternative spellings for the name Adaline:

Nicknames for the name Adaline:

Popularity of the name Adaline:

Adaline was one of the top baby girl names during the early 20th century, but it dropped off the list after 1924. It didn't reemerge until 2015, and as of 2020, it ranks at number 285 on the list, according to the Social Security Administration.

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Great middle names for Adaline and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Adaline:

Adalines in popular culture:

  • Adaline Bowman (character in the movie “The Age of Adaline”)
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