In all the world, Ada (Ada , Ада , עדה , along with others...) is a widespread mostly female, but infrequently male first name. The first name Ada is characteristic of Hong Kong, where it is a common feminine name, Macao, and Nicaragua, where it is quite a common female name (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, it is the most numerous in Nigeria, the United States, and Italy. Also, Ada is the last name as well as the forename.
Ada is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Ada||Argentina, Italy, Nigeria, United States, India|
|Ада||Russia, Belarus, Serbia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan|
|ادا||Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan|
Adal, Adatang, Adela, Adha, Adà, Adá, Adâ, Aďa, Aďá, Ađa, Ađá, Da, Ghadà, Ghadâ, Ghađa, Ghàda, Ghàdà, Ghàdá, Ghàdâ, Ghàdã, Gháda, Ghádà, Ghádá, Ghádâ, Ghádã, Ghâda, Ghâdà, Ghâdá, Ghâdâ, Ghâdã, Ghâdā, Ghâđâ, Ghãda, Ghãdà, Ghãdâ, Ghãdã, Ghãdā, Ghādā, Ghădă, Ghądą, Ghắdắ, Hada, Àda, Àdà, Àdâ, Àdã, Àďa, Àďà, Áda, Ádá,
Ada is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Ada Wong , the Resident Evil character, Resident Evil: Retribution; Ada , the Biblical figure, Genesis 4; Ada , the operatic character in the opera Die Feen by Richard Wagner; a fairy; Ada Leverson , the operatic character in the opera Oscar and Ada , the theatrical character in the play "La Culotte", among other works.
|ada satrap of Caria, TR (b. 400)|
|st. ada Saint, nun, abbess (b. 600)|
|ada de marle 1054- (b. 1054)|
|ada von holland Margravine consort of Brandenburg (b. 1163)|
|ada de warenne Mother of Kings Malcolm IV and William I of Scotland, GB (b. 1123)|
|ada, countess of holland daughter of Dirk VII, Count of Holland and his wife Adelaide of Cleves (1188-1223) (b. 1188)|
|ada of huntingdon Scottish noblewoman, GB (b. 1146)|
|ada of holland abbess of Rijnsburg abbey, NL (b. 1208)|
|ada, countess of atholl Scottish noble (b. 1221)|
|ada howard American educator, president of Wellesley College, US (b. 1829)|
|ada clare American actress, writer, and feminist, US (b. 1834)|
|ada chastina bowles American minister (Universalist) (1836-1928), US (b. 1836)|
|ada henry van pelt American journalist, US (b. 1838)|
|ada buisson British novelist, GB (b. 1839)|
|ada cavendish British actress (b. 1839)|