Origin:English and Scottish
Meaning:"shallow place in a river near oaks"
Description:This undiscovered unisex name has lots of flair. It was first noticed as a girl's name, starting in the 1980's, on the long-running daytime drama Search for Tomorrow, with the character Adair McCleary, who had ahead-of-their-time brothers named brothers Hogan, Cagney and Quinn. But since Adair has yet to find many takers, it would make a fresh and appealing choice.
Origin:Scottish and Irish
Meaning:"oak tree ford"
Description:Adair has flair, the grace of a Fred Astaire. It's a Scottish surname which came from the first name Edgar.