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Girl Names Ending with -ienne

Ienne ending baby names and what they mean, with 28 results. -ienne names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the top of their popularity less than a decade ago (USAGE OF 0.1%) and have remained as popular to this day (USAGE 0.1%, DOWN 5%), but with names such as Adrienne becoming less stylish. Vivienne (#245) is the most contemporarily stylish name for newborns in this list

-ienne names

Abrienne - Julienne | Julienne - Vivienne

Abrienne - Julienne

Form of Abriana. Source fr. Hebrew word. "Father of many." Arienne is a somewhat common baby name. See also Adrienne.

Adrienne and variants

Adrienne, var. Hadrienne1, Aydrienne
Origin fr. Latin. "From Hadria." Common, and Adrienne, Aydrienne, Hadrienne are similar to popular surnames Amrine (UPPER 21%), Andreone (100%), which also end with -ne.

Var. of Andrea. Derived fr. Greek. "Manly, virile." Andrienne was not a Top birth name in 2016. See also Aydrienne.


Form of Brianna. Root fr. Irish, Gaelic, Celtic languages. "High, noble, exalted." Used somewhat frequently as a birth name, Brienne is comparable to the common Brenna. See also Brenie.

Var. of Christiana. From Latin. "Follower of Christ." Unusual. Christienne, similar to Chrisanne, Cristianne, has the unconventional -nne ending. See also Christinn.

Cyprienne1, Ciprienne
Forms of Cypris. From Greek word. "From the island of Cyprus." Ciprienne and Cyprienne are unconventional first names.

Var. of Corinna. Source fr. Greek word. "Maiden." Scarce as a baby name, but Corrienne is comparable to the more common Corrinne.

Var. of Cipriana. Source fr. Italian language. "From Cyprus." Not Top 2000 name. See also Cyprien.

Form of Damia. Source fr. Greek. Possibly means "to tame", although the .. Unique as a baby name.

Form of Daria. Derivative of Greek, Persian elements. "Maintains possessions well." Unique, with the -enne suffix for Darienne, like Damienne, Dorienne.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ienne names: Adrienne, Brienne, Julienne

Var. of Doria. Based on Greek language. "From Doris; gift." Unique, with the unconventional -enne suffix for Dorienne, like Darienne, Damienne.

Var. of Erin. Root fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Ireland." Erienni and Erini are creative forms. See also Brienne.

Form of Fabia. Derivative of Latin element. "Bean." Not in Top 2000. See also Fabrienne.

Form of Fabrizia. Derivative of Italian. "Works with the hands." Fabrienne is not frequently used as a baby name.

Form of Felicia. Based on Latin word. "Lucky, fortunate, happy." Rare as a birth name.

Form of Georgia. From Greek. "Farmer." Outside Top 2000.

Form of Georgina. Derivative of Greek language. "Farmer." A unique children's name. See also Georgyanne.

Form of Hadria. Derived fr. Latin language. "From Hadria." Hadrienne is unusual as a baby name. See also Jadrienne.

Form of Jade. Root fr. English element. "Precious stone." Scarcely used as a birth name. See also Hadrienne.


Var. of Julia. Origin fr. Latin language. "Youthful; Jove's child." Julienne is familiar (UPPER 62%) as a first name.

Quick Reference

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

1. Abrienne - Julienne
Abriana [Abrienne], Adrienne [Hadrienne, Aydrienne], Andrea [Andrienne], Brianna [Brienne], Christiana [Christienne], Cypris [Cyprienne, Ciprienne], Corinna [Corrienne], Cipriana [Cyprienne], Damia [Damienne], Daria [Darienne], Doria [Dorienne], Erin [Erienne], Fabia [Fabienne], Fabrizia [Fabrienne], Felicia [Felicienne], Georgia [Georgienne], Georgina [Georgienne], Hadria [Hadrienne], Jade [Jadrienne], Julia [Julienne]

Julie [Julienne], Kady [Kadienne], Christian [Kristienne], Lucille [Lucienne], Lucy [Lucienne], Sebastiane [Sebastienne], Vienna [Vienne], Vivian [Vivienne]

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