Name Adra - Meaning and origin

Name Adra - Meaning and origin

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Origin of first name:

Africans, Arabs, Short

Meaning of the name:

Adra is a feminine given name of Arab origin. Muslims around the world have been giving Koranic names to their children for almost fourteen centuries, regardless of their origins. This trend is for them an attachment to the sources, to the roots of Islam. It is also a living testimony of their religious identity.

In Arabic, Adra translates as "the constellation of the virgin mary".


No Adra known until now, perhaps your little wonder will be?

His character :

Adra is both emotional and voluntary. Even at a young age, she can show unshakable certainty. It is futile to try to change her mind. She even exercises a little authority over her comrades. Dreamy, she knows how to repaint the world with her beautiful palette of colors. Determined, she rarely drops her arms in her many apprenticeships. Perfectionist, Adra only respites once perfection is reached.

Curious and open-minded, Adra has a keen sense of touch. It will make many friends and will easily adapt to all situations. Her entourage appreciates her tolerance, her generosity and her sense of exchange and listening. Generous, she tries to offer the good gift or the attention that pleases her family. Also orderly, Adra is one of those who put away their room to make it pleasant to live on its scale. Imaginative, she is good at drawing or manual work.


Hadra, Adra, Adriana, Adrianah and Hadrianah are so many variants of the name Adra.

His party :

No party is attributed to Adra.

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