Adrienne Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Adrienne:
Feminine form of Adrien, which is from the Latin Adriānus (from the city of Adria) and Hadriānus (from the city of Hadria). Var: Adrian, Adriana, Adriann, Adrianne, Adrienn. Pet: Addi, Addie, Addy.
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- Comments and insights on the name Adrienne: | Edit
This is my daughter's name. I picked this spelling, Adrienn, because it was a more feminine spelling And had no "e" at the end just like mine, Roxann, does not. Many times people add an "e" or an "a" to the end of it.
I am an Adrienne from 1983 and have never liked my back name. I don’t like hearing people call me it and loose my mind trying to get people to spell it. I married into a long last name too and it is painful every time I neeed give MyNetDiary name for somthing. I have had a hard time naming my 3 daughters because of my own issues with my name and wanting to avoid a long, hard to pronounce, doesn’t work in other languages, no nickname name.
- Personal experiences with the name Adrienne: | Edit
My name is Adrienne and I have enjoyed having it as a name. People sometimes tell me it is pretty. It is different enough that people feel compelled to tell me their mother, niece, cousin ect. is named Adrienne. Of course I get a lot of "Yo, Adrienne!", "Adrienne I did it".....but I like it. Also not many people spell it correctly (I couldn't if it wasn't my name), and people have a hard time remembering my name, calling me Andrea instead but none of that bothers me. If you are considering naming your baby Adrienne I think it is a lovely choice.
We named our daughter Adrienne and sometimes we call her Ren or Renny roo. I know its not a nickname directly from the sound of her name, but neither is Jack for John ;). A lot of people love it, they often compliment her name saying it is beautiful. I think that it is a great name, it suits her as a little toddler, it will grow with her as teenager and also into adult hood. It sounds artistic, sophisticated, and intelligent, so it will suit her no matter what direction life takes her! I also agree with the previous person, it is just unique enough, that people don't hear it everyday, but they also don't furrow their brows and say "oh thats.... nice." Love it!
- Nicknames for Adrienne: | Edit
Adri, Ennie, Ri-ri, Adie, Ya-Ya, A, Ren, Adda (ā-dah), Addie, Aidy (A.D.)
- Meanings and history of the name Adrienne: | Edit
French feminine form of ADRIAN
- Famous real-life people named Adrienne: | Edit
Adrienne Barbeau, American actress
Adrienne Cecile Rich, American poet
Adrienne Danielle Frantz, American actress
Adrienne Eliza Bailon, American actress and singer
Adrienne Vittadini, American fashion designer
Adrienne Josephine Alice Bernadotte (b. 2018), daughter of Princess Madeleine of Sweden, sister to Leonore Lilian Maria and Nicolas Paul Gustaf
(bronze) Adrienne Martelli 2012 rowing
- Adrienne in song, story & screen: | Edit
"Adrienne," a song by The Calling from their album Camino Palmero
Adrienne Frost, a Marvel Comics character
Adrienne Frantz, actress known for playing Amber Moore on Bold and the Beautiful and The Young and the Restless
Adrienne, a character in Suikoden IV