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Girl Names Ending with -anne

Anne ending baby names and what they mean, with 117 results. -anne names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these girl names was at its apex during the years 1940-1949 (USAGE OF 1.35%) and has become much lower since (USAGE 0.07%, 94.7%), with names like Suzanne falling out of fashion.

-anne names

Adrianne - Chrisanne | Christanne - Glorianne | Ileanne - Julianne | Karianne - Marcianne | Marianne - Roanne | Roanne - Zoanne

Adrianne - Chrisanne


Var. of Adrienne. Derivative of Latin. "From Hadria." Adriann is also a marginally favored baby name. See also Arianne.

Form of Alexis. Based on Greek. "Defender." Rare. Alexanne (compare Allcenne) uses the common androgynous -nne suffix. See also Alexander.

Alysanne, Allysanne, Allisanne, Alisanne1
Var. of Alison. Root fr. Old German. "Noble, exalted." Rare. Alisanne, var., like Arianne, Allynne, end with -nne.

Var. of Alice. From Old German word. "Noble, exalted." Rare. Alisanne, similar to Ariadne, ends with the androgynous -ne. See also Alysann.

Var. of Andrea. Stems fr. Greek element. "Manly, virile." Unusual. Andrianne, like Arianne, has the androgynous-sounding -nne ending. See also Adrianne.


Derived fr. Hebrew word. "He (God) has favored me." Common as surname, and Anne (UPPER 31%) is similar to popular -ne surnames Amine (UPPER 56%), Arnone (7%). See also Aime.

Hanne, Anne2
Var. of Hannah. Root fr. Hebrew element. "He (God) has favored me." Adoption of Hanne and forms was widespread in the 1910s and is now reduced, with Anne falling out of fashion.


Form of Ariana. Root fr. Welsh language. "Silver." Used somewhat widely as a girls' name, Arianne is comparable to the popular Adrianne.

Aryanne, Arianne2
Var. of Ariadne. Derived fr. Greek word. "Most holy." Adoption of Arianne and variants was more pronounced among parents 25 years ago.

Var. of Asia. Origin fr. Greek. "Sunrise." Asianne is rare as a baby name. See also Arianne.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -anne names: Adrianne, Anne, Arianne, Bethanne, Breanne

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -anne names: Brianne, Cheyanne, Chyanne, Shyanne, Vivianne

Form of Aubrey. Source fr. Old German language. "Elf or magical being, power." Unique. Aubrianne, similar to Aydrienne, ends with the favored androgynous-sounding -nne. See also Abrienne.


Form of Bethany. Source fr. Hebrew element. Possibly means "house of figs" .. Bethanne was popular as a baby name in the 1960s. See also Bethan.

Vivian and variants

Vyvyanne, Vivyanne, Vivianne, Bibianne
Forms of Vivian. Root fr. Latin word. "Lively." Vivianne was among 2015's Top names.

Breanna and variants

Breeanne1, Breanne1
Var. of Breanna. Derived fr. English, Irish, Gaelic, Celtic words. "High, noble, exalted." Somewhat popular as children's names, Breanne and Breeanne are similar to the common Brenna.

Brianna and variants

Bryanne, Brianne, Breeanne2, Breanne2
Forms of Brianna. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic, Celtic. "High, noble, exalted." Usage of Breanne and forms was more pronounced among parents in 1991.

Form of Caroline. Derivative of Old German element. "Free man." Carolanne is not in the Top 2000.

.. Can be used as a girl's .. A scarce baby name.

Cheyenne and variants

Shyanne, Shayanne, Chyanne, Cheyanne, Chayanne
Var. of Cheyenne. Derivative of Native American Indian word. "Unintelligible speakers." Usage of Chayanne, Shayanne, etc. as birth names in 2015 was down 23.5% compared to a year ago.

Sherianne, Cherianne
Forms of Cheryl. Source fr. French, Greek elements. "Cherry fruit; green gemstone." Uncommon. Cherianne, Sherianne (cf. Shirine, Sharlaine) ends with -ne.

Form of Chrysantha. Source fr. Greek language. "Golden flower." Chrisanne is not a Top 2000 name. See also Christanne.

Quick Reference

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

1. Adrianne - Chrisanne
Adrienne [Adrianne], Alexis [Alexanne], Alison [Alysanne, ..], Alice [Alisanne], Andrea [Andrianne], Anne, Hannah [Hanne, ..], Ariana [Arianne], Ariadne [Aryanne, ..], Asia [Asianne], Aubrey [Aubrianne], Bethany [Bethanne], Vivian [Vyvyanne, ..], Breanna [Breeanne, ..], Brianna [Bryanne, ..], Caroline [Carolanne], Cezanne, Cheyenne [Shyanne, ..], Cheryl [Sherianne, ..], Chrysantha [Chrisanne]

Christen [Christanne], Christian [Cristianne, ..], Christiana [Krystianne, ..], Corey [Corianne], Corinna [Corrianne], Cypris [Siprianne, ..], Diana [Dyanne, ..], Deanna [Deanne], Doria [Dorianne], Eliana [Elianne], Evadne [Evanne], Evania [Evanne], Fabia [Fabianne], Fontanne, Georgina [Georgianne, ..], Georgia [Georgyanne, ..], Geraldine [Gerianne], Gillian [Jillianne, ..], Julia [Julianne, ..], Gloria [Gloryanne, ..]

Iliana [Ileanne], Aileen [Illeanne], Ivy [Ivyanne], Jan [Janne], Jean [Jeanne], Jane [Jeanne], Jillian [Jillyanne, ..], Jill [Jillianne], Joanna [Joeanne, ..], Johanna [Johanne], Yolanda [Jolanne], Jolan [Yolanne, ..], Jordan [Jordanne], Jorgina [Jorgeanne], Josephine [Josianne, ..], Jo [Josanne], Giovanna [Jovanne], Joy [Joyanne], Joyce [Joyceanne], Juliana [Julieanne, ..]

Kara [Karianne], Katie [Katianne], Kaylin [Kaylanne], Kelly [Kellyanne, ..], Kerry [Kerrianne, ..], Krisandra [Krisanne], Kristina [Kristianne], Crystal [Krystalanne], Kylie [Kylianne], Laura [Laurianne], Leanna [Lianne, ..], Liane [Lianne, ..], Liana [Lianne], Lily [Lilyanne, ..], Lillian [Lillyanne, ..], Liz [Lizanne], Lori [Lorianne], Luana [Luanne, ..], Lou [Louanne], Marcia [Marcianne]

Marianne, Mary [Maryanne, ..], Maria [Marieanne], Marjan [Marjanne], Marian [Maryanne], Maryann [Maryanne], Maureen [Maurianne], Megan [Meghanne], Morgan [Morganne], Octavia [Octavianne], Hosanna [Ozanne, ..], Perri [Perrianne], Rachel [Rachelanne], Rae [Raeanne], Reanna [Reeanne, ..], Rexanne [Rexanne], Rhiannon [Rianne, ..], Riane [Ryanne, ..], Ryan [Ryanne, ..], Roanna [Roanne]

Rowan [Roanne], Roseanne [Rozanne, ..], Roxanne [Roxianne, ..], Ruby [Rubianne], Ruthann [Ruthanne], Sally [Sallianne], Shyanne, Sylvia [Sylvianne, ..], Cipriana [Syprianne, ..], Susan [Zanne, ..], Susannah [Suzanne, ..], Suzanne [Zanne, ..], Tiana [Tianne], Viridiana [Viridianne], Ysanne, Zanna [Zanne], Zoanne

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