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541 Adalson English Son of All. M
542 Adalwen German Noble friend. M
543 Adalwin German Noble friend. M
544 Adalwine German Noble friend. M
545 Adalwolf German Noble wolf. M
546 Adam Biblical Earthy; red M
547 Adam English Of the red earth. M
548 Adam Hebrew Red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth of Eden from which the Old Testament Adam was created in Genesis 2. Famous bearer: 7th century Irish St Adamnan, meaning 'little adam', was the biographer of St Columba. M
549 Adam Muslim The Biblical Adam is the English language equivalent.. M

550 Adamah Biblical Red earth; of blood M
551 Adamec Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
552 Adamek Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
553 Adamh Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
554 Adami Biblical My man; red; earthy; human M
555 Adamik Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
556 Adamka Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
557 Adamko Hebrew Variant of Adam: Man of the red earth. Adam was the first man created by God. M
558 Adamnan Anglo-Saxon Name of an abbot. M
559 Adamnan Hebrew Little Adam, from Adam meaning red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth from which the Old Testament Adam was created (Genesis 2:7). St Adamnan was a 7th century Irish saint and biographer of St Columba:. M
560 Adamnan Irish Little Adam. M