The meaning of the name Adelaide is Of A Noble Kin. The origin of the name Adelaide is German. This is the culture in which the name originated, or in the case of a word, the language.
A common alternate spelling of Adelaide is Adelayd and Adelaid. Common nicknames of the name Adelaide include Addy, Addie, Ad, and Ladey.
Famous people with the name Adelaide include Adelaide Anne Procter, poet for Queen Victoria. Adelaide is also the capitol city of South Australia. The most famous fictional character named Adelaide is arguably Adelaide from the musical “Guys and Dolls” where she sings “Adelaide’s Lament.”
People who like the name Adelaide also like other names of German origin. They also like old-fashioned names with two to three syllables.