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Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. a-DHRYAN(Spanish)
AWD-ree-a:n(Hungarian)
AD-ree-an(Slovak)
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Meaning & History

Spanish, Hungarian and Slovak form of Hadrianus (see HADRIAN).

Related Names

VariantAdorján(Hungarian)
Feminine FormsAdriana(Spanish) Adrienn(Hungarian) Adriana(Slovak)
Other Languages & CulturesHadrianus(Ancient Roman) Adrià(Catalan) Adrijan, Jadran, Jadranko(Croatian) Adrian(Danish) Adriaan, Arjan, Ad, Adrianus, Arie, Aris(Dutch) Adrian(English) Adrien, Hadrien(French) Adrian(German) Hadrian(History) Adriano(Italian) Ad(Limburgish) Adrijan(Macedonian) Adrian(Norwegian) Adrian(Polish) Adriano(Portuguese) Adrian, Adi(Romanian) Adrian(Russian) Jadran, Jadranko(Serbian) Jadran, Jadranko(Slovene) Adrian(Swedish)
Same SpellingAdrian
User SubmissionAdrían

People think this name is

classic   formal   wholesome   strong   refined   strange   simple   serious  
Bulgaria: August 26 (as Adrian)
Hungary: March 5
Hungary: May 5
Poland: March 4 (as Adrian)
Poland: March 5 (as Adrian)
Poland: July 8 (as Adrian)
Poland: September 8 (as Adrian)
Slovakia: March 23
Sweden: March 4 (as Adrian)

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