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Ada Name Information

Gender 👩 Girl
Pronunciation 📣 \a-da\
Number in U.S 👶 98,000
Rate in 2021 434
Numerology 🔢 6
Name origin 🌍 German

Meaning of Ada

Meaning and originality:

Ada is the pet name of Adelaide. Adelaide has Germanic roots which include two elements. One element is “adal” which means “noble” and the other one is “heid” which means ‘kind, sort’. The most prominent woman of the 10th century was Saint Adelaide of Italy. She was born in the present Switzerland but in that time her birthplace was part of Italy. Ada's first marriage was a political marriage but her husband died very soon after the marriage. Her husband's usurper tried to force Ada to marry his son but Ada refused. She fled that kingdom and surrounded herself to Otto the Great of Germany. Otto used this situation, conquered Italy and then went on to marry Ada. As a patron, Ada is the patron of very interesting things such as besides empresses, princesses, brides and widows, exiles, second marriages and in-law problems. Ada was loved by the people in the medieval times and her name was adopted all over Europe.

Here are some famous people named Ada:

St. Ada (saint)
Ada Lovelace(Countess of Lovelace, mathematician, first computer programmer)
Ada de Warenne (French-English royalty)

What are your baby’s characteristics like when you name her Ada?

This name suggests that you are willing to sacrifice your desires for the sake of others needs. You have a reasonable and balanced personality. You are a very creative person. You often volunteer in civic activities and take a lot of responsibilities. Other people come to you for advice because you are a very good listener.

More than anything, you want to achieve peace and harmony. You need friends and society. You try to stay away from tension because you have a gentle nature. Uncertainty creates a battle inside you. Sometimes, you have difficulty stating your needs and opinions openly. Unfortunately, sometimes you even give up when you meet an aggressive person because you do not like to confront them. You do not like to force people to do something.

You are loyal to your ambitions and desires. You are Independent, creative, freethinker, and have strong leadership potential. You would like to take control of matters and stick to your primary ideas. It is possible for you to be impulsive.

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How do people react to you?

This name refers to someone who is a family person. Someone who provides for his loved ones and supports them. Other people trust you and trust your judgment. You dress well but instead of trends and fashion, you are more concerned with the price and quality of the clothes. When it is necessary, people can count on you to be there for them.

Lucky colors: All varieties of blue except the very bright blues

Lucky day(s): Sunday, Monday, and Friday

Popularity:

We classify Ada as a turn-of-the-century charmer. In 1880, Ada was the 33rd most frequent name for girls in the U.S. However as we reached the 20th century, Ada experienced a decline and got out of the charts. By the mid-1980s, it was very rare for American families to name their children Ada. In recent years, however, thanks to the new passion of American parents regarding using old fashioned names, Ada is making a comeback. She made it to the charts 2004 and since then is moving upward. Ada still hasn't got back to her glories days but she is back under the radar of the American families.

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9/6/2022 5:43:16 AM

It is my name and My mothe's name and her mothe's name. We all loved it. It is easy to write. It is easy to re- member and noone wants to be common. The name Ada is anything but common.

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8/25/2022 3:06:36 PM

Some boys of recent times named Adam or Oliver are so called because of having great-aunts of whomever named Ada or Olive. Adam and Oliver are the "boy" names of today (a decade or two ago, however, Oliver would have been viewed more as a "grandpa" name), and although Ada and Olive are generally seen as "grandma" names at the moment, both names are being used for young girls once again while they are still relatively unpopular. If ever I came across a man named Ada in'tead of Adam (Ada without the "m"), I'd go "Well, wouldn't you Adam and Eve it?".

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7/15/2022 7:15:00 AM

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6/5/2022 1:00:36 AM

i've only known one Ada in my lifetime. I love the name.

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2/19/2022 7:42:54 AM

My name is Ada, and I totally love my name, which can be translated to Noble, Happy, Pleasure, God's creation, Where all women come from, Loyal, Fairy, and Perfection. This is such an exotic, amazing name, and I feel so lucky to have been named Ada.

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1/29/2022 1:08:42 AM

Last popular in the 1900s and sounds fresher today than the nowadays hugely popular Ava. Names usually take FOUR generations to become cool again - at the present time It'seems like Tracy, Lisa, and Angela are the "boring" 1982s names while Susan, Linda, Janet, and Carol are the 1962s names which are mentally associated with being "parent" names, and Joyce, Joan, Betty, Eileen, Mavis, and Jean are the 1920s/30s names which "scream old and frumpy". So turning back to the 1900s or even before then would some names of that era sound fresh, new, and inter'sting again. Okay, there are some names even of THAT era - Gertrude, for instance - which sound rather disgusting, whereas Ada is not much so and, unlike Gertrude, is making a comeback (Hazel and Violet are too). The only problem is that if it continues growing in popularity it may become as popular as Ava is now - but then again, maybe Ada becoming the next "Ava" or "Ashley" may seem as unlikely as Mabel, Hilda, Dorothy, Agnes, Gertrude, and other names not even in the top 1,000 today.

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11/29/2021 2:58:30 AM

My daughter's name is Ada Olivia and she is named after my grandmother. Born in 2019 she has often been confused with "Ava" due to the popularity of that name in the 2012s. She is definitely the only Ada we know that Isn't in their 90s but she loves her name.

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10/5/2021 10:51:54 AM

My name is Ada and people often mispronounce it or misspell it. It's very annoying to me but I love my name.

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9/11/2021 5:50:24 AM

My little girl, born in 2020,is Ada Marie. I absolutely love it because it is unusual. I have never met another Ada

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Frequently asked questions

*️⃣ What is the origin of the name Ada?
The origin of the name Ada is German.
*️⃣ How many people are named Ada?
Almost 98000 people are named Ada.
*️⃣ Which names are related to the name Ada?
The names of Ada, Aida, Addie, Ayda, Audie