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Adina is a Hebrew name from the Old Testament. While it's never been that popular in the United States, look for it to become more common in the 2020s. It's also fairly popular in Israel and among people of the Jewish faith. Adina pairs well with classic middle names, and it comes with some pretty cute nicknames, making it a great choice for your baby girl.

Meaning of the name Adina:

Hebrew: Delicate, mild, gentle

Origin of the name Adina:

Adina is a Hebrew name with roots in the Bible. In the Old Testament, in I Chronicles 11:42, Adina is a brave soldier who is part of King David's army.

Symbolism of the name Adina:

The baby name Adina could symbolize many things. For those who see it as a biblical name, it might symbolize the bravery and strength of a warrior. Based on its meaning along, it might be a great choice for a baby girl who is delicate and gentle.

Style of the name Adina:


Gender of the name Adina:

Adina is a girl's baby name.

Pronunciation of the name Adina:


Number of syllables in the name Adina:


Emotion evoked from the name Adina:

The baby name Adina evokes images of someone who is sensitive and works well with a team.

Alternative spellings for the name Adina:

  • Adinah
  • Adeena
  • Adena
  • Edina

Nicknames for the name Adina:

Popularity of the name Adina:

According to the Social Security Administration, Adina has never been a top 1,000 baby name in the United States.

Related names for the name Adina:

Great middle names for Adina and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Adina:

  • Adina Thembi Ndamse (singer, actress, and model)
  • Adina Anton (long jumper, Olympian)
  • Adina Fohlin (model, photographer)
  • Adina Giurgiu (soccer player)
  • Adina Howard (singer and songwriter)
  • Adina Porter (actress)
  • Adina Salaoru (volleyball player)

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