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Girl Names Ending with -enne

Enne ending baby names and what they mean, with 46 results. -enne names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names reached the height of their popularity 2 decades ago (adoption of 0.3%) and have become much less widespread since (adoption 0.2%, 51.7%), with names such as Cheyenne becoming somewhat outmoded. Vivienne (#233) is the most chic girl name in this compilation, while Turenne (top 23%) and Auzenne (17%) are conventional -enne surnames.

-enne names

Abrienne - Devenne | Dorienne - Renne | Ryenne - Vivienne

Abrienne - Devenne

Form of Abriana. From Hebrew language. "Father of many." Arienne is a marginally prominent kid's name. See also Adrienne.

Adrienne and variantsAdrienne, var. Aydrienne, Hadrienne
Stems fr. Latin element. "From Hadria." Popular, and Adrienne, Aydrienne, Hadrienne are similar to common surnames Amrine (upper 21%), Aronne (92%), which also end with -ne.

Aerenne, Erienne
Forms of Erin. Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Ireland." Aereni and Aerne are creative forms.

Var. of Alaine. Based on Old German word. "Precious." Alenne was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Allyne.

Allcenne, Allicenne
Var. of Alison. Based on Old German word. "Noble, exalted." Allcenne and Allicenne were not among 2015's Top names.

Form of Andrea. From Greek. "Manly, virile." Andrienne was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Aydrienne.

Form of Arlinda. Root fr. American word. Combination of Arlene and Linda. Arlenne is unique as a children's name. See also Arleana.

Var. of Brenna. From Gaelic. "Little drop of water." Rare as a birth name, but Brenne is similar to the more popular Breann. See also Bronnie.

Form of Bryn. Root fr. Welsh. "Hill." Brenne was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Bryanne.

Form of Brianna. Root fr. Irish, Gaelic, Celtic words. "High, noble, exalted." Less common today. Brienne was last listed in 1980-1989 in the Top 2000. See also Brione.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -enne names: Adrienne, Brienne, Cheyenne

Var. of Catherine. Based on Greek. "Pure." Cathenne is not frequently adopted as a baby name.

Form of Celina. Stems fr. Latin, Greek. "Heaven; the moon." Not in popularity charts. See also Cleone.

Origin fr. Native American Indian language. "Unintelligible speakers." Gender-neutral name. Adoption of Cheyenne as a girls' name in 2015 was 57.8% less than 2005.

Form of Christiana. Origin fr. Latin language. "Follower of Christ." Christienne is not often adopted as a girls' name. See also Cristianne.

Ciprienne, Cyprienne1
Forms of Cypris. Stems fr. Greek element. "From the island of Cyprus." Ciprienne and Cyprienne are unconventional feminine names.

Corenne, Corrienne
Var. of Corinna. From Greek word. "Maiden." Uncommon, with the common androgynous-sounding -nne ending for Corenne, Corrienne, like Corianne.

Form of Cipriana. Root fr. Italian word. "From Cyprus." Cyprienne was not among 2015's Top names. See also Cypriane.

Damienne, Damyenne
Forms of Damia. Source fr. Greek language. Possibly means "to tame", although the .. Damienne and Damyenne were not Top birth names in 2015.

Var. of Daria. Stems fr. Greek, Persian elements. "Maintains possessions well." Darienne is not a Top 2000 name. See also Damienne.

Var. of Devon. Root fr. Old English language. .. a county in England noted for .. Compare last names Devenny (upper 32%), Derenne (43%). See also Devinne.

Quick Reference

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

1. Abrienne - Devenne
Abriana [Abrienne], Adrienne [Aydrienne, Hadrienne], Erin [Aerenne, Erienne], Alaine [Alenne], Alison [Allcenne, Allicenne], Andrea [Andrienne], Arlinda [Arlenne], Brenna [Brenne], Bryn [Brenne], Brianna [Brienne], Catherine [Cathenne], Celina [Celenne], Cheyenne, Christiana [Christienne], Cypris [Ciprienne, Cyprienne], Corinna [Corenne, Corrienne], Cipriana [Cyprienne], Damia [Damienne, Damyenne], Daria [Darienne], Devon [Devenne]

Doria [Dorienne], Fabia [Fabienne], Fabrizia [Fabrienne], Felicia [Felicienne], Georgia [Georgienne], Georgina [Georgienne], Glenna [Glenne], Hadria [Hadrienne], Jade [Jadrienne], Jennifer [Jenne], Julia [Julienne], Julie [Julienne], Kady [Kadienne], Christian [Kristienne], Lauren [Laurenne], Lucy [Lucienne], Lucille [Lucienne], Marlen [Marlenne], Raven [Rayvenne], Renee [Renne]

Ryan [Ryenne], Sebastiane [Sebastienne], Solana [Solenne], Terena [Terenne], Vienna [Vienne], Vivian [Vivienne]

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