|Home > -gan Names|
Girl Names Ending with -gan
Gan ending baby names and what they mean, with 9 results. -gan names are used more often as masculine names. Usage of these girl names was at its most widespread 2 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 2.44%) and is now significantly lower (ADOPTION 0.56%, ▼77.2%), with names like Morgan becoming less trendy. Logan (#394), Raegan (#271) and Reagan (#99) are three of the more chic names for newborns here, while Agan (TOP 8%) and Coogan (7%) are common -gan last names.
Brogan - ReganBrogan
Based on Irish, Gaelic language. "Sturdy shoe." Brogan (UPPER 3%), comparable to Bergan (UPPER 9%), Berrigan (20%), is a popular -gan suffix last name. Also used for boys.Logan▲
Source fr. Scottish, Gaelic. "Hollow." Prominent, with usage of 0.042% for Logan as a children's name in 2015, higher than 0.042% in 2014. Unisex name.Meegan1, var. Meegan2
Root fr. Gaelic element. "Soft, gentle." Seldom used as a birth name, Meegan exists more frequently as a surname. See also Meaghan.Megan1▼, var. Meggan, Meagan▼, Maygan, Maegan▼
Derived fr. Welsh, Greek words. "Pearl." Adoption of Megan and variants as children's names in 2015 was 91.7% less than 2005.Megan2▼
Var. of Margaret. Based on Greek. "Pearl." Usage of Megan as a birth name has faded since 1994. See also Meighan.Morgan▼
Derivative of Welsh, Old English elements. "Circling sea or great brightness." Cross-gender use. Morgan grew in popularity in 1994 and has become less widespread. Pagan
"Country dweller." Pagan was not a Top birth name in 2015. Gender-neutral name. Once a common medieval given name .. Regan1▼
Form of Regina. Stems fr. Latin. "Queen." Used widely as a birth name, Regan is similar to the popular Megan. Unisex name.Regan2▼, var. Rhegan, Reagan▲, Ragan, Raegan▲
Derived fr. Gaelic language. .. Also possibly surname used as a .. Popular as girls' names, Regan, Raegan, etc. are comparable to the conventional Regine.