"Adrean is a short name usually used for a boy. Adrean originated from the Latin language, and it means ‘from Hadria or Hadrianus’. Adrean is a variant of Adrian, which is the name of a city in the Veneto region of northern Italy. Adrean or Adrian means 'dark' in America, ‘from the Adriatic’ in the English language, in the German language it means ‘dark’, and in Greek it means ‘rich’. The meaning of Adrean is 'the dark richness of the Adriatic' in Latin. The Adriatic Sea is named after the city of Hadria, which is now known as Adria in the Italian region. Adrian was also the name of a 12th-century pope of the Catholic Church. Adrian IV, who was the only pope from England. Adrean is mostly used in English-speaking countries or in languages that sprouted from Latin given its Latin roots. "