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Popularity Over Time: How Many Boys Have Been Named Adolf
This chart illustrates how many Boys were named Adolf in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the boy's name Adolf:
Records indicate that 525 boys in the United States have been named Adolf since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 1918, when 56 people in the U.S. were given the name Adolf. Those people are now 102 years old.
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Comments about the name Adolf
Based on the comments submitted below
22 Positive Comments
"Bruh Bruh Bruh Bruh Bruh Ok then lmao i like cheese" Sep. 3, 2019:
"I love this name because it reminds me of sensuality" Jul. 11, 2019:
"My best friend's name was Adolf. Too bad he died in 1945. Or did he move to South America? I can never remember" May. 31, 2019:
"I like the name Adolf. It can be a shorthand form of "A Dolfin" and I really like Dolfins. I even bought a dolfin once before. Put it in my backyard pool! Unfortunately I think it came broken because it wasn't swimming around like it should. It just kind of laid there at the bottom of the pool." May. 9, 2019:
"どうやら男に会った名前アドルフ ・ ガソリン スタンドで働いています。私は私のガスを取得しようとするが、彼はそれを無駄彼のユダヤ人の顧客のすべてのそれを引き起こします。今では私はそれについて考えるか。彼はドイツ語でそれらの 1 つで叫始めた didn't?自分で戻ってくるだけにご案内します。どのような地獄、そのユダヤ人の顧客に起こるかも!" May. 8, 2019:
"I knew a guy named Adolf in basic training. Great guy, although he never could dawn a gas mask correctly." May. 8, 2019:
"This is a wonderful name, I really hope that my son named Adolf gets into art school later in life!" May. 8, 2019:
"We named a frog in my driveway adolf today. This was a good day." May. 8, 2019:
"My first name isn't Adolf but my middle name is, I'm currently 22 and love it. Its one of those interesting things you could bring up in need of entertainment. I honestly don't mind. I remember in HS when my history teacher freaked out when he saw my middle name was Adolf, it was an awkward moment but I was never really picked on as a name doesn't make you into a murderer or whatnot. I'm not entirely sure how different my HS experience would be if my first name was Adolf but I don't see a problem with naming you child Adolf honestly. I think its rather pretty and unique name, But if you're considering naming your child Adolph and are sitting on the fence, make it your child's middle name. Welp that's my experience with the name Adolf." May. 7, 2019:
"I think it's a wonderful, strong name. I actually plan to name my son this." Sep. 29, 2018:
"Great name! In the peace years newlyweds were given very large government loans and a quarter was taken off for every child. Instead of importing the third world.. This is what you do when you love your country." Mar. 17, 2018:
"I'm called Adolphus so the guys at work call me Adolf, it's ok once you get used to it, can't imagine being called anything else." Apr. 29, 2017:
"I think the name Adolf is a wonderful unique name. If I had a son I would name him Adolf" Jul. 31, 2013:
"i like the name adolf i would never name a kid adolf but it is a nice name" Feb. 20, 2011:
"I can't wait for my daughter to be born so I can call her Adolf." Sep. 8, 2009:
"I think it's a lovely name, only that it was once borne by a monster. The name means "noble, majestic"-- who wouldn't wwant their child to be noble and majestic? A name's powerful, but the individual who bears that name will show the world what it means.
As other reviewers have commented, many people still use names of murderers- Henry (like the gluttonous Henry VIII), Mohammad (e.g. Mohammad Pahlavi) , Kim
(as in Kim Jong-Il), Josef (e.g. Stalin)...
Not that we should forget history of course." Apr. 13, 2009:
"I agree, just because one man's actions were bad. Doesn't mean the name isn't an ok name. I mean after all the name doens't make the man, right?" Mar. 16, 2009:
"I personally don't mind the name Adolf/Adolph. I bought a parrot a year or 2 ago and named him Adolf. I just like the name. If you want to associate names with horrible history then that's your deal. But as said above, then Jack and Charles should be banned. Hell, I don't like what George Bush did to our country so now I don't like the name George. I agree Adolf Hitler himself did some HORRIBLE things and I'd hope it never happens again... but I do have to give the guy credit. He came from nothing, had a plan and accomplished it... that's more than most Americans or anyone for that matter can say happened in their lives.
Lets seperate the present from the past. Not forget about the past, but let it be the past and move on with ourselves." Jan. 23, 2009:
"Hurray for April 12 2007 and Mar 10 2007. Other names are associated with horror, Charles Manson, Jack the Ripper, Paul Bernardo, and many other murderers and unfortunately many more will probably come. Why have those names not been banned? I wonder, is Adolf still popular in Germany or Austria? Maybe our aversion to this name over here has more to do with hatred and predjudice than Adolf himself; who was indeed a horrible man." Jul. 14, 2007:
"No names should ever be banned or forgotten simply because of an individual's actions, no matter how horrid the consequences were. All names are beautiful, and their purpose was to give an individual an 'identity'. Hitler's action, to me, has not tained the name 'Adolf' in the most malevolent style. Hitler does not deserve to be called Adolf, as he is arguably the most disgusting abomination on the planet, dead or alive." Apr. 12, 2007:
"I think this is a pretty good name, but I always wonder: Why no-one has seemed to be called it since the 1940s?" Jun. 8, 2006:
"I've known three Adolfs. The first was my grandfather. Being a first generation American of Slavic descent, he bore it stoicly. The others, however, have employed obfuscation. One prefers 'Ade' and the other 'Dolph.' While a solid and honorable name, it has been sullied and fallen into disrepute." Jan. 2, 2006:
2 Negative Comments
"You would never name your child Adolf- what have they done to deserve a name like that? They would be picked on and it is totally inappropriate!" Jul. 13, 2020:
"Why would you name your baby the same as someone who murdered millions.?" Mar. 12, 2020:
14 Neutral Comments
"Reading all the positive comments on this cracks me up. It?s funny to see how the nature of them evolves over more than a decade" Jul. 24, 2020:
"Your website is very interesting, i have bookmarked it." Apr. 20, 2020:
"chang ching chong im adolf hitler, i died many YEARSRSSS agoes" Sep. 30, 2019:
"I met a frog with that name today. Odd fellow.
Kept yelling at me about different races of frogs and wore a beige uniform. 10/10 would not buy again" May. 8, 2019:
"A century ago, this was often a Jewish boy's name - think Adolph Zukor (early Hollywood mogul) and Adolph "Chico" Marx (one of the Marx brothers). Then the comparatively gentile (or "goyishe", to use the Jewish term for non-Jews) known as Hitler came along and ruined it. Hmm...two nice Jewish boys and one nasty gentile sharing a forename like this one!" Feb. 5, 2019:
"I've named all of my three children Adolf, it seems like my daughter has gotten a better reception from her peers than my sons have. Whenever the next surprise happens will definitely still name the child Adolf" Dec. 28, 2017:
"Also borne by early Hollywood mogul Adolph Zukor and composer Adolph Green - both Jewish, BTW. The German-born British scientist Dr. Hans Adolf Krebs was also Jewish." Apr. 23, 2017:
"It's a nice historical name, but I would never name my child Napoleon, Benito or Maximilian niether." Apr. 12, 2013:
"I named all three of my sons Adolf. I laugh everyday." Dec. 1, 2012:
"The fact that a horrible man owned this name has forever ruined it for others. If a white boy for example was named Adolf, then his classmates learn in school about the Nazis, he would get picked on, and could even be at the end of a horrible hate crime. This could ruin the child's life. I would never name my child this. Even if the parents are not racist and just liked the name, others will not know that. And this could backfire in the parent's faces as well in the form of vandalism, threats, and much worse crimes." Aug. 5, 2010:
"Charles and Jack are pretty common names and not only associated with a specific history icon. It would be more appropriate to correlate Napoleon as a name. Still, I agree, banning anything as a name wouldn't be realistic. I say, go ahead and use the name Voldamort... take away its power. Although... I'm not making my kid be the burdon bearer in that. :)" Jan. 15, 2009:
"Banning a name like this would be worse than ever using it again. It would be like sweeping history under the rug and trying to forget the tragedys one man caused an entire race. You cant just shrug off history. It may not resurface for a very long time, but it will be fashionable again. It has a stronger meaning than what people are afraid of." Apr. 20, 2008:
"they call me rouldolph but i would lilke to be called myspace but my dumb parents dont have a clues about whats cool im also a stripper and my code name is hector" May. 30, 2007:
"I was elected a mayor using the name Adolf in 1992. While it is associated with unspeakable horror, in the hands of others it has produced lasting good. The name has always made me look for the good in people and for the best in any situation. Evil has many names." Mar. 10, 2007:
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