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Girl Names Ending with -ann

Ann ending baby names and what they mean, with 75 results. -ann names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these girl names was at its most widespread 8 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 0.9%) and is now significantly lower, with names like Roseann becoming less fashionable. Ryann (#839) is the most fashionable name for newborns here, while Kann (TOP 12%) and Rann (25%) are common -ann last names.

-ann names

Alisann - Christiann | Coriann - Kellyann | Keriann - Rhiann | Riann - Yann

Alisann - Christiann

Form of Alice. From Old German language. "Noble, exalted." Alisana is a slightly prominent baby name. See also Alysanne.

Alysann, Allysann, Allisann, Alisann2
Var. of Alison. Source fr. Old German language. "Noble, exalted." Unusual. Compare Alisann, Allysann, etc. with common last names Athmann (TOP 46%), Ahmann (21%), which also end with -nn.


Form of Anthea. Derived fr. Greek language. "Flowery." A familiar girls' name (#893 IN CURRENT LIST), Ann is also used somewhat often as a last name. See also Anya.

Var. of Hannah. Derivative of Hebrew word. "He (God) has favored me." Ann became more popular in 2015, gaining +52 positions as a girls' name to reach #893. See also Amy.

Form of Anna. Derived fr. Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Usage of Ann as a birth name in 2015 was up 9.4% compared to the previous year. See also Anya.

Form of Anne. Stems fr. Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Usage of Ann as a children's name in 2015 was 24.7% less than 10 years ago. See also Aina.

Root fr. Hebrew word. "He (God) has favored me." Ann has fallen off in popularity as a baby name circa 1930-1939.

Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Beautiful." Aoibheann is not a Top 2000 name.


Var. of Bethany. Origin fr. Hebrew word. Possibly means "house of figs" .. Slightly novel as a girls' name nowadays, though Bethann still occurs commonly as a female first name. See also Bethuna.

Form of Brandy. Source fr. English word. The name of the distilled wine .. Brann was not a Top birth name in 2015. Also used for boys.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ann names: Ann, Bethann, Breann, Breeann, Briann

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ann names: Carolann, Cherylann

Breanna and variants

Breighann, Breiann, Breeann1, Breann
Var. of Breanna. Stems fr. English, Irish, Gaelic, Celtic languages. "High, noble, exalted." Usage of Breann as a children's name has dwindled since 1996.

Brianna and variants

Bryann, Brieann, Briann, Breeann2
Var. of Brianna. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic, Celtic. "High, noble, exalted." Sparing use. Breeann, Bryann, etc. are not found in the US Census.

Form of Brittany. Source fr. Latin word. "From Brittany or Britain." Brittann is not a Top 2000 name. See also Brittanya.

Form of Brogan. From Irish, Gaelic word. "Sturdy shoe." Bergann and Burgann are creative variations.

Kaitlann, Caitlann
Forms of Caitlin. Based on Old French, Greek. "Pure." Caitlann and Kaitlann are rare as children's names.


Form of Caroline. Source fr. Old German language. "Free man." Less used today. Carolann was last found in the 1960s in the Top 2000. See also Carolena.

Form of Carol. Derived fr. Old German language. "Free man." Less used today. Carolann was last found in the 1960s in the Top 2000. See also Carlana.

Form of Cecilia. Source fr. Latin, Old Welsh languages. "Blind; sixth." Cecilyann was not among 2015's Top names.

Cheryl and variants

Cherylann, Cheriann
Forms of Cheryl. Source fr. French, Greek. "Cherry fruit; green gemstone." Cheriann is uncommon as a birth name among the forms of Cheryl.

Kristiann, Christyann, Christiann
Var. of Christiana. Derivative of Latin word. "Follower of Christ." Unique. Christiann, Christyann and Kristiann are not found in the US Demographics.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -ann names for girls.

1. Alisann - Christiann
Alice [Alisann], Alison [Alysann, Alisann, Allysann, Allisann], Anthea [Ann], Hannah [Ann], Anna [Ann], Anne [Ann], Ann, Aoibheann, Bethany [Bethann], Brandy [Brann], Breanna [Breann, Breeann, Breiann, Breighann], Brianna [Briann, Bryann, Breeann, Brieann], Brittany [Brittann], Brogan [Brogann], Caitlin [Caitlann, Kaitlann], Caroline [Carolann], Carol [Carolann], Cecilia [Cecilyann], Cheryl [Cheriann, Cherylann], Christiana [Kristiann, Christiann, Christyann]

Corey [Coriann], Crystal [Crystalann], Diana [Deann, Diann, Dyann, Diahann, ..], Deanna [Deann, Deeann], Dee [Deeann], Erin [Eireann], Georgia [Georgeann, Georgyann], Helen [Helenann], Holly [Hollyann], Jan [Jann], Jenny [Jennyann], Jillian [Jilliann], Joanna [Joann, Joeann], Jordan [Jordann], Joy [Joyann], Julia [Juliann], Juliana [Juliann, Julieann], Kara [Kariann], Kay [Kayann], Kelly [Kellyann]

Kerry [Keriann], Lacey [Laciann, Lacyann], Leanna [Leann, Leeann], Lexie [Lexann], Liana [Liann], Lillian [Lilyann, Lilliann], Logan [Logann], Lori [Loriann], Luana [Luann, Louann], Mary [Mariann, Maryann], Marianne [Mariann, Maryann], Maryann, Marian [Maryann], Megan [Meghann], Morgan [Morgann], Nancy [Nann], Rae [Raeann], Rayann [Rayeann], Raina [Rayann], Rhiannon [Rhiann]

Ryan [Riann, Ryann], Roseanne [Roseann], Roxanne [Roxann], Ruthann, Riane [Ryann], Sally [Sallyann], Sarah [Sarahann], Sherilyn [Sherylann], Cheyenne [Shyann], Susan [Susann, Sueann, Suesann], Susannah [Susann], Susanna [Susann], Tatiana [Taitiann], Terry [Teriann], Yannick [Yann]

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