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Adrienne Meaning


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Origin & Meaning

The name Adrienne is of Latin and French origin.

The meaning of Adrienne is "from Hadria, Italy".  


In the U.S. in 2014, it ranked 811  in baby name popularity for girls with 339 occurrences.    Less than 5 boys were given the name. 

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Adrienne is a form of the name Adrian.

Variants of the name Adrienne include Adreana, Adreanna, Adreayna, Adrena, Adrene, Adriana, Adrianah, Adriane, Adriann, Adrianna, Adriannah, Adriaria, Adrieanna, Adrieanne, Adriena, Adriene, Adrienn, Adrienna, Adrijana, Adrina, Adrine, Adrion, Adriona.

Adrienne has the diminutive (nickname) Adrie.

Other Tidbits

Adrienne falls into the place name category.

Some famous bearers of this name include: Adrienne Rich.

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Just for fun, see the name Adrienne in Hieroglyphics, learn about ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphics and write a Hieroglyphic message.

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French names have similar origins to those of other old-world European nations. They are often derivations of place names or trade names, or have their basis in history, mythology, religion or nature. They may also be created names.

The popularity of hyphenated names is a unique feature of French given names. For example Paul-Henri or Anne-Marie. A hyphenated name is considered a single unit first name, not separate first and middle names. Hyphenated names may be of the same or different genders. The first part of the name will always indicate the holder's gender.

Masculine names may be made feminine with the addition of -e, -ette, or -ine as suffixes.