Adrianna is a slightly different spelling of the name Adriana, both of which are simply the feminine versions of the ancient name Adrian. The extra “n” adds a little more beauty and elegance to the moniker and makes it slightly more unique than the original version. All derivatives of the name have a stories history that includes ancient Roman emperors, popes and a historic trading town in Northern Italy. Adrianna is popular in the United States but not overused, making it a great choice for your baby girl.

Meaning of the name Adrianna:

Latin: Man from Hadria

Origin of the name Adrianna:

Adrianna is an alternative spelling of the name Adriana. Both are derived from the male name Adrian, which is derived from the Latin word for “person from Hadria.” Hadria, which is now spelled Adria, is a town in Northern Italy.

Symbolism of the name Adrianna:

Adrian, the masculine version of Adrianna, has been the name of several Roman Catholic popes. For this reason, those of the Catholic faith may find the name especially symbolic of their beliefs.

Style of the name Adrianna:

Modern with traditional roots

Gender of the name Adrianna:

Adrianna is a girl's name.

Pronunciation of the name Adrianna:

ah-dree-AH-na or ay-dree-ah-na

Number of syllables in the name Adrianna:


Emotion evoked from the name Adrianna:

The baby name Adrianna evokes images of femininity, beauty and sophistication.

Alternative spellings for the name Adrianna:

Nicknames for the name Adrianna:

Popularity of the name Adrianna:

The name Adrianna first made the list of the top 1,000 baby names in 1977. It was most popular during the 1990s and 2000s. As of 2020, it ranks at number 608 on the list, according to the Social Security Administration.

Related names for the name Adrianna:

Great middle names for Adrianna and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Adrianna:

Adriannas in popular culture:

  • Adrianna Tate-Duncan (character on the TV show “90210”)
  • Adrianna Pennino (character from the “Rocky” movies)
  • Adrianna Bragg (character in the movie “Lymelife”)