All over the world, Adam (Adam , ادم , آدم , and others...) is a prevalent primarily masculine, but scarcely female given name. The first name Adam is characteristic of Sudan, where it is a widespread boy's name, Maldives, where it is a common boy's name, and Egypt, where it is a common gender-neutral name (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, it most frequently occurs in the United States, Egypt, and Sudan. Likewise, Adam is the last name as well as the forename.
Adam is also a name from the Bible. Explore more in our Biblical names portal!
|Adam||Nigeria, Egypt, Poland, Sudan, United States|
|آدم, ادم||Egypt, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Libya|
|Адам||Bulgaria, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Russia, Belarus|
|Adão||United Kingdom, South Africa, Germany, United States, France|
|อาดัม, อดัม, อาดาม||Thailand|
Adama, Adamantios, Adamian, Adamo, Adamos, Adamová, Adams, Adamsová, Adamss, Adamu, Adamus, Adamyan, Adan, Adaue, Adaś, Adcock, Adda, Addams, Addamu, Addey, Addie, Addis, Addyman, Ade, Ades, Adey, Adhamh, Adkin, Adkins, Adnett, Adnitt, Adàm, Adám, Adán, Adâm, Adãm, Adām, Adăm, Adąm, Aicken, Aiken, Aikin, Aikins, Aitkens, Aitkin, Aitkins, Aďam, Aďàm, Aďám, Aďâm,
Adam is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Adam , the first man according to the Abrahamic creation and religions such as Judaism, Christianity and Islam, Torah; Adam Strange , the DC comics fictional character, Krypton; Black Adam , the Comic book antihero, Black Adam; Adam Benford , the Resident Evil character, Resident Evil 6 and Adam in Islam , the the first man and Prophet in Islam, and in many other works.
|adam barttelot (1046-1100) (b. 1046)|
|adam le savage Peerage person ID=411024 (b. 1049)|
|adam de ireys English crusader (b. 1070)|
|adam de saint-victor Medieval composer, FR (b. 1122)|
|adam newmarsh 1075- (b. 1074)|
|adam von ebrach German abbot (b. 1100)|
|adam von bremen German medieval chronicler, DE (b. 1100)|
|adam parvipontanus Anglo-Norman scholastic philosopher, GB (b. 1100)|
|adam i. Bethsan (b. 1100)|
|adam de kald Scottish bishop (b. 1101)|
|adam ii. Bethsan (b. 1107)|
|adam Welsh theologian and Bishop of St Asaph (b. 1130)|
|adam scotus Anglo-Scottish theologian, writer and Premonstratensian and Carthusian monk (b. 1140)|
|adam de perseigne French Cistercian abbot, FR (b. 1145)|
|adam de kellett (1154-1206) (b. 1154)|