Adolphe meaning and origin
Offbeat Adolphe has its origin in Old High German and Germanic is a boy name, Adolphe means "Noble, Honorable or Noble Wolf" is used in French and English. Adolphe is resultant of Adolf. Adolf is form of Athalwolf in German language. Also Adolf is form of Attaulf in German language. Origin of Infrequent Adolf is in Germanic and Old High German, meaning of Adolf is "Noble and Wolf".
Variants of AdolpheNames that rhyme with Adolphe
Popularity of Adolphe
Adolphe was a popular name in France. Over 16498 babies have been named Adolphe since 1900. At the peak of its usage in 1901, it ranked 53rd when 593 parents chose the moniker for their baby boys. After 119 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts. Additionally, the name has been in the top 100 baby names 33 times Adolphe is an uncommon baby name in United States, 28 years of presence was not sufficient to save the name and it finally disappeared in 1959. Over 295 babies in United States have been named Adolphe.
But Adolphe is a popular baby name in DR Congo where every 1 in 1000 have the name as well as in, Burundi, Rwanda, Madagascar and Cameroon. As per our estimate, over 120000 babies have been bestowed Adolphe around the globe.
Adolphe in Nordic countries
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Numerological aspects of Adolphe
People envy your success and personal life, and would give just anything to be like you. You approach decisions and complex situations with a clear mind and never allow your emotions to decide for you. Focus on your success. You are a good listener but the advice you give is taken by a pinch of salt by others. You are a self-motivated, ambitious, and intuitive person who rarely hears what others have to say when it comes to business.
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Namesakes of Adolphe
- Adolphe Willette, French painter, illustrator, caricaturist
- Adolphe Monod, French Protestant churchman
- Adolphe Adam, French composer and music critic
- Adolphe d'Archiac, French geologist and paleontologist
- Adolphe Yvon, French painter
- Adolphe d'Ennery, French playwright and novelist
- Adolphe Lecours, Canadian sports executive
- Adolphe Granier de Cassagnac, French journalist and politician
- Adolphe Cohn, Franco-American educator, born in Paris
- Adolphe Blanc, French composer of chamber music
- Adolphe Kégresse, French military engineer
- Adolphe Boucard, French ornithologist and trader in specimens
- Adolphe Nourrit, French operatic tenor, librettist, and composer
- Adolphe Delattre, French ornithologist
- Adolphe Goldschmidt, was co-inheritor of the Goldschmidt family bank
- Adolphe Van Tiggelen, Belgian scientist and professor at the Université catholique de Louvain
- Adolphe Boissevain, Dutch banker who financed North American railways
- Adolphe Biarent, Belgian composer, conductor
- Adolphe Goemaere, Belgian field hockey player
- Adolphe Perraud, French Cardinal and academician
- Adolphe Pictet, Swiss linguist, philologist and ethnologist
- Adolphe Quetelet, FRSFor FRSE He
- Adolphe Sax, Belgian inventor and musician
- Adolphe Menjou, American actor
- Adolphe Niel, French Army general and statesman
- Adolphe Thiers, French statesman and historian
- Adolphe Marbot, military person
- Adolphe Napoléon Didron, French art historian and archaeologist
- Adolphe Monticelli, French painter of the generation preceding the Impressionists
- Adolphe Crémieux, French lawyer and politician
- Adolphe Appia, Swiss architect and theorist of stage lighting and décor
- Adolphe Pégoud, French aviator and flight instructor
- Adolphe Guillet dit Tourangeau, notary and political figure in Quebec, Canada
- Adolphe Tohoua, Ivorian football midfielder
- Adolphe Max, Belgian liberal politician and Mayor of Brussels
- Adolphe Joseph Carcassonne, French poet and dramatist
- Adolphe Guillaumat, French Army general during World War I
- Adolphe Klingelhoefer, French track and field athlete
- Writer Adolphe Belot, noted for movie Sapho
- In 1912, Adolphe Candé played the role of Porthos in flick Les trois mousquetaires.
- Adolphe Denis played central character of Le bégayeur in 1958 comedy film Expo en avant!.
- In 1935, Adolphe Engers portrayed the role of Oom Barend uit Batavia in comedy, musical film Op stap.