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101 Ada English Wealthy. Also from the Old German Eda or Etta, meaning happy. Introduced from Germany in the late 18th century. Also a diminutive of Adela, Adelalde, or Adeline. F
102 Ada French Diminutive of Adelaide: Nobility. French form of the Old German Adalheidis, a compound of 'athal' (noble) and 'haida' (hood). Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was named after Queen Adelaide, 19th century King William IV's consort. F
103 Ada German Diminutive of Adeline and Adela: Sweet or pleasant; of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German 'athal' meaning noble. F
104 Ada Hebrew Ornament. F
105 Ada Teutonic Happy. F
106 Adabel Teutonic Lovely or happy. F
107 Adah African First daughter. (Nigerian). F
108 Adah Hebrew Beautiful. Ornament. The Old Testament wives of Lamech and Esau were named Adah. Used occasionally in English-speaking countries since the 16th century. F
109 Adain Welsh Winged. F

110 Adair Scottish From the oak tree ford. F
111 Adaira Scottish From the oak tree ford. F
112 Adairia Scottish From the oak tree ford. F
113 Adal German Sweet or noble. F
114 Adal Teutonic Noble. F
115 Adalbeorht English Noble. F
116 Adalbrechta English Noble. F
117 Adalene French Variant of Adela. F
118 Adalheida German Sweet or noble. F
119 Adali German Noble. F
120 Adalia German Noble. F