100 Perfect Middle Names For Ada [Catchy & Cool]

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TheBiranchi Team has collected a new list of the Top 100 most perfect middle names for Adawhich might sound perfect for your newborn.

In this article, you will get to know the meaning, gender, and origin of the name Ada. Also, we have arranged a list of the best middle names for Ada, and a comprehensive list of the Most Famous People Named Ada.


Ada: Meaning & Origin

Ada means – Noble, Nobility

Ada gender – Feminine

Ada origin – Germanic

You can find the Meaning, Origin, Personality Traits, Horoscope, and detailed information about the name Ada here.


100 Best Middle Names For Ada

Are you looking for a perfect middle name for Ada? Check out these awesome middle names:

Ada Addison

Ada Adeline

Ada Alexandra

Ada Allison

Ada Amaryllis

Ada Annabelle

Ada Annalise

Ada Arabella

Ada Audrianna

Ada Blair

Ada Braelynn

Ada Brielle

Ada Bryn

Ada Camille

Ada Celeste

Ada Charlotte 

Ada Claire

Ada Colette

Ada Coralyn

Ada Davina

Ada Danielle

Ada Denise

Ada Eileen

Ada Elise

Ada Elizabeth

Ada Eloise

Ada Emersyn

Ada Emiliana

Ada Emmalyn

Ada Evelyn

Ada Faye

Ada Florella

Ada Francesca

Ada Gabriella

Ada Georgiana

Ada Giselle

Ada Grace


Ada Harleen

Ada Harmoni

Ada Hollyn

Ada Irene

Ada Isabella

Ada Jane

Ada Janelle

Ada Jayleen

Ada Jean

Ada Jo

Ada Joelle

Ada Josephine

Ada Julianna

Ada Juliette

Ada June

Ada Kathleen

Ada Kaylene

Ada Lennox

Ada Lianna

Ada Louisa

Ada Lucille

Ada Lynn

Ada Mae

Ada Maeve

Ada Maise

Ada Marleen

Ada Marlow

Ada Maxine

Ada Michelle

Ada Monroe

Ada Nadine

Ada Nicole

Ada Noelle

Ada Noreen

Ada Olivia

Ada Ophelia

Ada Oriana

Ada Paige

Ada Paislee

Ada Pauline

Ada Pearl

Ada Penelope

Ada Phoenix

Ada Quinn

Ada Rain

Ada Raelynn

Ada Raquel

Ada Raven

Ada Renee

Ada Rivera

Ada Rosalind

Ada Rose

Ada Sage

Ada Savannah

Ada Skye

Ada Sloan

Ada Sophia

Ada Sue

Ada Tate

Ada Taylor 

Ada Teagan

Ada Vivian

Ada Wren



Nicknames For Ada

Nicknames are a great way to show your newborn you love them. Here are a few of the most popular Ada nicknames:











Names Similar to Ada

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Most Famous People Named Ada

Our names have the potential to influence our behavior, physical appearance, career path and life choices, popularity, and how others perceive us.  If a child has a story behind his name, it can motivate him to be like his namesake and to emulate that person’s good qualities.

Go through the list of popular personalities named Ada:

Ada of Caria (fl. 377–326 BC), satrap deposed by her brother Idrieus and restored by Alexander the Great
St. Ada, 7th-century French abbess
Ada or Adelais, 8th-century sister of Charlemagne, for whom the Ada Gospels at Trier were produced
Ada de Warenne (1120–1178), Anglo-Norman wife of Henry of Scotland, Countess of Northumbria and Huntingdon
Ada of Huntingdon (1146–1206), Scottish noblewoman, Countess of Holland by marriage
Ada of Holland, Margravine of Brandenburg (c. 1163 – 1205), daughter of Floris III, Count of Holland and his wife Ada of Huntingdon
Ada, Countess of Holland (1188–1223), Countess of Holland between 1203 and 1207
Ada, Countess of Atholl (died 1264)
Ada Adini (1855–1924), American operatic soprano who had an active international career from 1876
Ada Adler (1878–1946), Danish classical scholar and librarian
Ada Albrecht, Argentinian author
Ada Ameh (1974–2022), Nigerian actress
Ada Bakker (born 1948), Dutch tennis player
Ada Ellen Bayly (1857–1903), English novelist
Ada Kouri Barreto (1917–2005), eminent cardiologist
Ada Beveridge (1875–1964), Australian Country Women’s Association leader
Ada Blackjack, (1898–1983), Inuit woman who was a castaway for two years on Wrangel Island in northern Siberia
Ada Bolten (1903–1984), Dutch swimmer
Ada Booyens (born 1961), South African race walker
Ada Bromham (1880–1965), Australian feminist and temperance activist
Ada Brown (judge) (born 1974), American federal judge
Ada Brown (singer) (1890–1950), American blues singer
Ada Buffulini (1912-1991), Italian anti-fascist campaigner
Ada Cambridge (1844–1926), later known as Ada Cross, English writer
Ada Carrasco (1912–1994), Mexican film and television actress
Ada Cavendish (1839–1895), English actress known for her Shakesperean roles and for popularising the plays of Wilkie Collins in America
Ada Nield Chew (1870–1945), British suffragist
Ada Choi (born 1973), Hong Kong actress best known for her work for TVB television
Ada Clare (1834–1874), born Jane McElhenney, American actress, writer, and feminist
Ada Colau (born 1974), Spanish activist and Mayor of Barcelona
Ada Langworthy Collier (1843-1919), American writer
Ada Comstock (1876–1973), American women’s education pioneer
Ada Cornaro (1881–1961), prominent Argentine film and theatre actress, tango dancer and singer of the 1930s and 1940s
Ada Crossley (1874–1929), Australian singer
Ada de la Cruz (born 1986), Miss Dominican Republic 2009 and Miss Universe 2009 first runner-up
Ada Deer (born 1935), Native American advocate and scholar who served as head of the United States’ Bureau of Indian Affairs from 1993 to 1997
Ada Dietz (1882–1950), American weaver best known for her 1949 monograph Algebraic Expressions in Handwoven Textiles
Ada Dondini (1883–1958), Italian film actress
Ada Constance Duncan (1896–1970), Australian welfare activist
Ada Dyas (1843–1908), Irish actress
Ada Ehi (born 1987), Nigerian gospel singer
Ada María Elflein (1880–1919), Argentine poet, columnist, translator, feminist and teacher
Ada English (1875–1944), Irish revolutionary politician and psychiatrist
Ada Evans (1872–1947), Australian lawyer, was the first female law graduate in Australia
Ada and Minna Everleigh, sisters who operated the Everleigh Club, a high-priced brothel in the Levee District of Chicago after 1900
Ada Falcón (1905–2002), Argentine tango dancer, singer and film actress of the 1920s and 1930s
Ada Feinberg-Sireni (born 1930), Israeli politician
Ada Ferrer (born 1962), American historian
Ada Fisher (1947-2022), American retired physician and frequent Republican candidate for office
Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher (1924–1995), key figure in the Civil Rights Movement in Oklahoma
Ada Gabrielyan (born 1941), Armenian painter
Ada Sawyer Garrett (born 1856), Chicago socialite of the late 19th century
Ada Gentile (born 1947), Italian pianist and composer
Ada Gilmore (1883–1955), American watercolorist and printmaker
Ada Gobetti (1902–1968), Italian journalist and politician
Ada den Haan (born 1941), Dutch swimmer
Ada R. Habershon (1861–1918), Christian hymnist, known for her 1907 hymn “Will the Circle Be Unbroken”
Ada Hegerberg, Norwegian football striker
Ada Howard (1829–1907), the first president of Wellesley College
Ada Verdun Howell (1902–1981), Australian author and poet
Ada Louise Huxtable (1921–2013), architecture critic and writer on architecture
Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz (born 1943), professor emerita of ethics and theology at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey
Ada Itúrrez de Cappellini, Argentine politician
Ada J. Graves (1870–1918), British children’s writer
Ada James (1876–1952), suffragist, social worker, and reformer
Ada Jones (1873–1922), popular mezzo-soprano who recorded from 1905 to the early 1920s
Ada Karmi-Melamede (born 1936), Israeli architect
Ada Katz (born 1928), wife and model of Alex Katz
Ada Kepley (1847–1925), the first American woman to graduate from law school
Ada van Keulen (1920–2010), Dutch World War II resistance member
Ada Copeland King, the common law wife of American geologist Clarence King
Ada King-Milbanke, 14th Baroness Wentworth (1871–1917), British peeress
Ada Kok (born 1947), Dutch swimmer
Ada Kramm (1899–1981), Norwegian stage and film actress
Ada Kuchařová (born 1958), Czechoslovakian orienteering competitor
Ada Annie Lawson or Cougar Annie (1888–1985), pioneer who settled on the west coast of Vancouver Island, Canada
Ada Lee, jazz, blues, gospel and soul music singer from Springfield, Ohio since the late 1950s
Ada Leverson (1862–1933), British writer who is now known primarily for her work as a novelist
Ada Limón (born 1976), American poet
Ada Lovelace (1815–1852), born Augusta Ada Byron, English writer, programmed Charles Babbage’s mechanical computer, the analytical engine
Ada Lundver (1942–2011), Estonian actress and singer
Ada Maddison (1869–1950), British mathematician best known for her work on differential equations
Ada Maddocks (1927–2007), British trade union official
Ada Madssen (1917–2009), Norwegian sculptor
Ada Maimon (born 1893), Israeli politician who served as a member of the Knesset for Mapai between 1949 and 1955
Ada Maris (born 1957), Mexican-American actress
Ada Marshania, ethnic Abkhaz and the Deputy of Supreme Council of the de jure Government of Abkhazia in exile since July 2006
Ada Maza (born 1951), Argentine Justicialist Party politician
Ada Menken or Adah Isaacs Menken (1835–1868), American actress, painter and poet
Ada Milby (born 1983), Filipino rugby player
Ada Miller or Corín Tellado (1927–2009), prolific Spanish writer of romantic novels and photonovels
Ada Moldovan or Adriana Moldovan (born 1983), Romanian handball player
Ada Andy Napaltjarri (born 1954), Warlpiri and Luritja speaking Indigenous artist from Australia’s Western Desert region
Ada Negri (1870–1945), Italian poet and writer
Ada Nicodemou (born 1977), Australian-born Greek-Cypriot actress, played Leah Patterson-Baker in the soap opera Home and Away
Ada Norris, DCMG, DBE (1901–1989), Australian women’s rights activist and community worker
Ada M. Oredigger, pen name of Karl Emil Nygard (1906–1984), American Communist politician and first Communist mayor in the United States
Ada Palmer (born 1981), American writer
Ada Paterson (1880–1937), New Zealand school doctor, child health administrator and community worker
Ada Patterson (1867–1939), American print journalist
Ada Perkins (1959–1980), Puerto Rican beauty queen and contestant in the 1978 Miss Universe beauty pageant
Ada Pilgrim (1867–1965), New Zealand healer
Ada Polak (née Andrea Buch) (1914–2010), Norwegian art historian
Ada Pometti (born 1955), Italian actress
Ada Reeve (1874–1966), English actress of both stage and film
Ada Rehan (1859–1916), American actress
Ada Roach, American musical comedy actress
Ada Roe (1858–1970), British supercentenarian
Ada Rook, Canadian musician
Ada Dwyer Russell (1863–1952), Mormon stage actress
Ada Sari (1886–1968), Polish opera singer, actress, and educator
Ada Lewis Sawyer (1892–1985), American lawyer
Ada Holly Shissler, Associate Professor of Ottoman and Modern Turkish History at the University of Chicago
Ada Škerl (1924 – 2009), Slovene poet, writer and translator
Ada Smith (born 1945), New York State Senator from 1989 to 2006
Ada “Bricktop” Smith (1894–1984), African-American dancer, singer, vaudevillian, and self-described saloon-keeper
Ada Svedin (1900–1975), German actress
Ada Svetlova, Latvian singer, mezzo-soprano, performer of classical and ethnic repertoire
Ada Josephine Todd (1858-1904), American author and educator
Ada Udechukwu (born 1960), Nigerian artist and poet associated with the Nsukka group
Ada Mae Vaughn (1905–1943), movie actress
Ada Vélez (born 1970), Puerto Rican female professional boxer
Ada Vojtsik, Russian actress
Ada Overton Walker (1880–1914), African-American vaudeville performer and wife of George Walker
Ada Ward, English actress and singer who became a star in Australia in the 1870s, and later worked in the United States
Ada Wells née Pike (1863–1933), feminist and social worker in New Zealand
Ada Williams (actress) (1913–1975), American film actress
Ada Williams (baby farmer) (1875–1900), baby farmer convicted of killing 21-month-old Selina Ellen Jones in London
Ada Clendenin Williamson (1880–1958), American book illustrator
Ada Yonath (born 1939), Israeli crystallographer best known for her pioneering work on the structure of the ribosome

You can find the Meaning, Origin, Personality Traits, Horoscope, and detailed information about the name Ada here.


Final Thoughts From TheBiranchi:

Naming a baby is so hard but it is an important decision you have to make as a parent. It can be fun, but the responsibility of naming another human being can make it a bit intimidating. After all, your child will carry that name throughout their life.

Read through this article again to choose the best middle name for Ada. You can also choose from the list of Most Popular People named Ada.

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