Old High German
How to pronounce Adolph
a-do-lph What does my name mean?
Meaning of Adolph: Noble Wolf, Old High German origin, meaning: noble wolf. The name was hardly awarded in 1945 in Germany for Adolf Hitler. Namesakes: Adolf Muschg, Swiss writer.
Adolph was ranked 918 in 2014 list of US boys name and dropped by 2.23% from its previous ranking of 898 in 2013. Adolph was ranked 579 in 1930 US female names list and elevated by 3.18% from its previous ranking of 598 in 1921.
Full form of Adolph : Adept Daydreamer Obliging Light-Hearted Perfectionistic Hard working
Adolph is a very very popular first name for a boy in United States which is not popular since 1929. Around 18724 people wear Adolph as their first name. Adolph is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is not even used by anyone since 2014. Only 18724 people have Adolph as their first name. Adolph is not a native United States and Adolph may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.005238% of people in US have this given name.
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Expression number of Adolph is 11.
Adolph have high energy levels, just like a child. Adolph are highly sensitive and possess a high sense of awareness. Adolph are gifted with a sixth-sense, in addition to discerning and inspiring qualities.
Names that rhyme with Adolph
Ardolph, Bardolph, Botolph, Dolph, Fridolph, Radolph, Randolph, Rodolph, Rolph, Roudolph, Rudolph, UdolphFamous people named Adolph
Kristina Adolphson in Fanny och Alexander as Actress
Alexander Adolph in So glücklich war ich noch nie as Writer
Adolph Deutsch in Some Like It Hot as Composer
Adolph Milar in Bulldog Drummond as Actor
Adolph Zukor in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde as Miscellaneous Crew
Adolph Green in Léon as Soundtrack
Adolph Caesar in General Hospital as Actor
Adolphe Menjou in Paths of Glory as Actor
Adolph E. Borie Adolph Edward Borie was a United States politician who briefly served as Secretary of the Navy in the administration of Grant.
Adolph 'Oz' Alvarez acted in tvShort The Pilot Names like Adolph Adolph Namesakes Related Names: Biblical: Adam,
Finnish: Aatto ,
Danish: Adolf, Rudolf, Rolf,
Hebrew:Adone (Lord, Ruler),
English: Dolph, Randolph, Rudolph,
German: Dolf (Short form of names ending in "Dolf"., Fame), Adolfo, Gertrude, Adolpha, Adolphine, Adolpho, Adolphus (Noble Wolf),
French: Adolphe (Curly Haired, Foot-soldier, Noble),
Other: Dolphus, Adalwolfa (A deriative of and German Adolf), Adler, Adom, Adomas (Lithuanian) (A Wend, Wanderer), Adon (Father, Priest), Adona, Adonai (Theology) (My Lord, My Ruler), Adonay, Adoncia (Son of Adam), Adones, Adoni,
Comments :Adolph is a male first and last name and has come from the Old High German and is composed of adal (noble, posh) and wolf ( Wolf ). This may be understood as a "noble wolf" or "noble wolf", but many old Germanic personal names simply composed of two positive-to-understand links without the composition as such must have a meaning. Both in Protestant Germany as well as in Catholic had Adolf some popularity. But since the beginning of the 20th century decreased the frequency of name assignment. After an upturn starting in 1933, which lasted until 1942, interrupted the use of the name - well correlated to the popularity of Adolf Hitler - a strong. Since the early 1950s the first name Adolf awarded almost no newborns in German-speaking countries.
Versions of the name are Adalwolf, Adolphe, Adolfo, Adolfas, Athulf, Ådjølf, Aadolf, Adolphus, Adelphus. - Antonio Depaz Popularity of Adolph