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I really like the way this name sounds. It's a little odd for me too use ever, but it is a pretty name.
-- claraelizabethann  8/27/2006
Personally, I pronounce it Ah-dah-MIE-nah, but it could be a dialectal thing.
-- Miss Natla  7/7/2007
I first discovered this name 4 months ago, and my immediate thought was, "What an odd name." But I've recently fallen in love with it! A little girl with it can be "Addy" when she's young, and "Mina" when she is grown into a teen and/or a woman. Great name!
-- spaz123  11/9/2007
Very interesting and unique, although I think it seems a bit too much like a "forced" feminine form of the name.
-- Anonymous User  3/27/2008
This is a Polish version, too.
-- Anonymous User  1/5/2009
I like this name. It sounds foreign and elegant, but it kind of makes me think of warrior women.
-- zippity bubble  6/23/2009
It sounds pretty in a weird forced sorta way. I have mixed feelings towards this name.
-- Chrila96  8/6/2010
This is also a name in the Romani (Gypsy) language.
-- Wierka  2/15/2011
Very interesting, unusual name. But if you had twins, and one was a boy and the other a girl, it would be rather silly to name one "Adam" and the other "Adamina" (someone I heard of did).
-- Whitewolf513  5/20/2012
I was surprised by the name originally since I didn't expect to find a feminine version of the name Adam. It grew on me as I said it more and though someone said it sounds feminine in a "forced sort of way", I personally feel that it sounds ultra feminine (considering "mina" at the end). I also think the nicknames Ada or Mina would be cute, but not Addy or Minnie. I would definitely consider using this for a daughter.
-- Anonymous User  7/1/2013

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