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The name Adelphi comes from the Greek word adelphoi, meaning "brothers".
Adelphi may refer to:
- Adelphi, London (named after the Adelphi Buildings which it contains)
- Adelphi, Iowa
- Adelphi, Maryland
- Adelphi, New York
- Adelphi, Ohio
- Adelphi, Texas
- Philadelphia, PA "The City of Brotherly Love"
- "Adelphi Hotel" redirects here.
- The Adelphi Hotel, Melbourne; see Denton Corker Marshall
- The Adelphi Hotel (Sheffield), a defunct hotel which saw the creation of several major sports teams
- The Adelphi Hotel, Singapore (1863-1973), replaced by The Adelphi, an office and retail building
- The Britannia Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool; see Britannia Hotels#Events
- The Adelphi Hotel, Kaikoura, New Zealand
- Adelphi University, Garden City, New York
- The Adelphi campus of the University of Salford in England
- The Adelphi commons, dormitory rowhouses at Arizona State University.
- Adelphi (band), a US musical band
- The Adelphi (also New Adelphi), an influential British literary magazine
- The Adelphi Charter on Creativity, Innovation and Intellectual Property released by the Royal Society of Arts
- The Adelphi Papers, a monograph series published by the International Institute for Strategic Studies
- Adelphi Edizioni, an Italian publishing house
- Adelphi Kitchens, a manufacturer of custom cabinetry in Robesonia, PA since 1945.
- Adelphi Records, a record label
- Adelphoe (or Adelphi), a play by Terence
- Adelphi Whisky, an independent bottler of Scotch whisky
- Adelphi Squadron, a fighter Squadron in Brazilian Air Force currently equipped with the Alenia/EMBRAER AMX aircraft
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