Origin: American, English
19500 female in US.
Most recent ranking: 144-th in year 2018
Best ranking: 132-th in year 2015
Used in: English


Adeline is a feminine given name meaning 'noble' or 'nobility'. It is of French origins and is a diminutive of Adèle. Its variants include Adelina, Adalyn, Adalynn, Adelyn, Adeleine, Aada, Ada, Alina, Aline, Adelita and Alita.
Notable people with the name include:
Adeline Pond Adams (1859–1948), American writer and wife of Herbert Adams
Adeline, Countess of Cardigan and Lancastre (1825–1915), wife of James Brudenell, 7th Earl of Cardigan
Adeline André, French fashion designer and the head of one of the ten haute couture design houses in Paris
Adeline Canac (born 1990), French pair skater, currently skating with Yannick Bonheur
Adeline Genée DBE (1878–1970), Danish/British ballet dancer
Adeline Geo-Karis (1918–2008), Republican politician and a member of the Illinois Senate for the 31st District
Adeline Hazan (born 1956), French politician, MEP for the east of France, and mayor of Reims since March 2008
Adeline Kerrar (1924–1995), infielder and catcher, played in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League in 1944
Adeline Knapp (1860–1909), American journalist, author, social activist, environmentalist and educator
Adeline Lee Zhia Ern, Malaysian writer convicted of plagiarism
Adeline Masquelier (born 1960), Associate Professor of Anthropology at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana
Adeline McKinlay, American tennis player of the end of the 19th century
Adeline Miller, alias Adeline Furman, American madam and prostitute
Frances Adeline "Fanny" Seward (1844–1866), daughter of United States Secretary of State William H. Seward
Frances Adeline Seward (1805–1865), born in 1805, the daughter of Judge Elijah Miller and Hannah Foote Miller
Louise Adeline Weitzel (1862–1934), German-American writer
Adeline Dutton Train Whitney (1824–1906), American poet and writer of books for girls
Adeline Wuillème (born 1975), French foil fencer who competed in three Olympic games
Adeline Yen Mah, Chinese American author and physician

A constructed name, combining Ada and Lynn. Or a form of Adeline and Adelina. Means: noble.