Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Slavic variation of Adeline
"noble, nobility"

Adelina Origin and Meaning

The name Adelina is a girl's name of Spanish, Italian, Slavic origin meaning "noble, nobility".

Adelina is back in the Top 1000 after an absence of nearly a century, thanks to the meteoric rise of her sister name Adeline -- along with Adelaide, Adele, and Ada. Some parents choose Adelina because they want to get to cute vintage nickname Addie, but others favor it as a slightly more unusual form of this sweet vintage girls' name. A lot of attention was focused on it recently via the women's figure skating gold medal winner at the Sochi winter olympics--Adelina Sotnikova.

While Adeline is usually pronounced in the U.S. with a long i in the last syllable, to rhyme with mine, Adelina is pronounced with the long e sound at the end, as in 'lee-na'.

# 386 in the US

Adelina Rank in US Top 1000

# 441 on Nameberry

Adelina Rank in Nameberry Top 1000

Adelina Popularity

Famous People Named Adelina

  • Saint AdelinaFrench Benedictine nun
  • Adelina of HollandCountess of Boulogne
  • Adelina SotnikovaRussian figure skater
  • Adelina AbranchesPortuguese stage actress
  • Adelina GarciaAmerican singer
  • Adelina GurreaFilipina journalist and writer
  • Adelina IsmajliAlbanian,Kosovar singer
  • Adelina de LaraBritish pianist
  • Adélina LévêqueEmpress Consort of Haiti
  • Adelina Dóris MonteiroBrazilian singer
  • Adelina OteroWarren, American suffragist
  • Adelina PattiItalian opera singer
  • Adelina StehleAustrian opera singer
  • Adelina ThaçiAlbanian,Kosovar singer
  • Adelina YzacFrench writer
  • Adelina Rose Mariano (b. 2014)daughter of reality TV personalities Rob and Amber Mariano

Adelina in Pop Culture

  • Adelina Amouterumain character in "The Young Elites" book series by Marie Lu
  • Princess Adelinaone of the main characters from "The Two Princesses of Bamarre" by Gail Carson Levine