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Girl Names Ending with -ny

Ny ending baby names and what they mean, with 95 results. -ny names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these girl names reached its highest 25 years ago (usage of 3.66%) and has become much reduced since (usage 0.42%, 89% less), with names like Jenny becoming somewhat dated. Harmony (#184) and Melany (#485) are two of the more contemporarily stylish baby names here, while Meny (top 43%) and Mullany (30%) are popular -ny surnames.

-ny names

Anny - Conny | Conny - Fanny | Fortny - Lanny | Lanny - Signy | Stephany - Winny

Anny - Conny

Anny, Hanny, Nanny
Var. of Anne. Root fr. Hebrew word. "He (God) has favored me." Hanny (upper 40%), Nanny (36%), comparable to Janny (upper 81%), Canny (20%), are popular -nny suffix last names.

Antonia and variantsAnthony, Tony
Var. of Antonia. Derivative of Latin language. Feminine of Anthony, used since classical .. Tony (upper 36%) and Anthony (50%) are commonplace as women's names.

Benny1, Berny1
Forms of Bernadette. Based on French, Old German words. "Strong, brave bear." Compare last names Benne (upper 20%), Benna (48%).

Benny2, Binny
Forms of Benita. Derived fr. Spanish, Latin languages. "Blessed." Bieny and Bony are creative forms.

Bernice and variantsBerny2, Bunny1
Var. of Bernice. Based on Greek word. "Victory bringer." Berny (upper 64%) and Bunny (69%) occur commonly as last names.

Bethany and variantsBethany, var. Bethanny, Betheny
Stems fr. Hebrew. Possibly means "house of figs" .. Adoption of Bethany, Bethanny, etc. as girls' names in 2015 was 49.3% less than the previous decade.

Form of Blake. Origin fr. Old English. "Black, dark; pale." Gender-neutral name. Blakeny is not often adopted as a children's name.

Form of Blanche. Derived fr. Old French, Old German languages. "White, pure." Not Top 2000 name.

Bonnie and variantsBonny1, Bunny2
Forms of Bonnie. Stems fr. Scottish. "Fine, attractive, pretty." Bonny (top 36%) and Bunny (77%) are familiar feminine names.

Form of Barbara. Based on Latin. "Foreign woman." Bonny is frequently occurring (upper 36%) as a women's name, and occurs regularly (upper 25%) as a surname. See also Bronny.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ny names: Anthony, Bethany, Bonny, Britany, Britny

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ny names: Brittany, Britteny, Brittiany, Brittny, Bunny

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ny names: Nanny, Tony

Form of Bonita. Stems fr. Spanish element. "Pretty." A somewhat offbeat baby name, Bonny occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Benny.

Form of Brett. Based on Latin language. "From Britany or Britain." Not Top 2000 name. See also Brittane.

Form of Brianna. Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic, Celtic elements. "High, noble, exalted." Not Top 2000 name. See also Bren.

Brittany and variantsBrittany, var. Bretny, Bretteny, Britany, Britanny, Briteny, Brittainny, Britny, Brittainy, Britteny, Brittiany, Brittiny, Brittony, Brittny, Bryttany
Stems fr. Latin language. "From Brittany or Britain." Usage of Britany, Brittany and Brittny as children's names has declined circa 1990.

Form of Bronwyn. From Welsh element. "Fair, blessed breast." Bronny was not among 2015's Top names.

Bryony, var. Briony
Origin fr. Greek element. "Climbing plant." Briony and Bryony are rare women's names.

Derivative of English. Nickname deriving from B names such .. Bunny is a commonplace (upper 77%) women's name, and occurs regularly (upper 69%) as a surname. See also Benny.

Cinny, Sinny
Var. of Cynthia. Stems fr. Greek element. "From Mount Kynthos." Not in Top 2000.

Place name, found in both France .. Not Top 2000 name. Cross-gender use.

Conny, Konny
Var. of Constance. Source fr. Latin element. "Constant, steadfast." Conny and Konny are not often adopted as girls' names.

Quick Reference

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

1. Anny - Conny
Anne [Hanny, Nanny, ..], Antonia [Tony, Anthony], Bernadette [Benny, Berny], Benita [Benny, Binny], Bernice [Berny, Bunny], Bethany [Betheny, Bethanny], Blake [Blakeny], Blanche [Blinny], Bonnie [Bonny, Bunny], Barbara [Bonny], Bonita [Bonny], Brett [Brettany], Brianna [Briny], Brittany [Brittony, Bryttany, ..], Bronwyn [Bronny], Bryony [Briony], Bunny, Cynthia [Cinny, Sinny], Cluny, Constance [Conny, Konny]

Conradine [Conny], Courtney [Kortny, Courtny, ..], Dabney [Dabny], Dagny, Danielle [Dany, Danny], Daenerys [Dany], Danna [Dany], Darlene [Darlenny], Delaney [Delany, Delainy], Denise [Denny, Dinny], Destiny, Devany [Devony, Devenny], Donna [Donny], Ebony [Ebbony, Ebonny], Estefany, Evania [Evanny], Evonne [Evony], Euphemia [Fanny], Fanny, Frances [Fanny, Franny]

Fortney [Fortny], Fran [Franny], Guinevere [Jenny, Winny, ..], Jennifer [Genny, Jenny], Genna [Genny, Jenny], Genevieve [Genny, Jenny], Virginia [Ginny, Jinny], Ginny [Genny, Jinny], Gwendolen [Gwenny], Hannah [Hanny, Nanny], Hania [Hany], Harmony, Iris [Iridianny], Jana [Janny], Jane [Jany, Janny], Jennie [Jenny], Jenny [Jinny], Genista [Jenny], Jinny, Lana [Lanny]

Alana [Lanny], Melanie [Melony, Mellony, ..], Wilhelmina [Minny], Minna [Minny], Mary [Minny], Nancy [Nanny], Nan [Nanny], Penny, Penelope [Penny], Peony, Raina [Rainy], Renee [Renny], Ronni [Ronny], Veronica [Ronny], Roanna [Ronny], Sabina [Sabiny], Sanny, Sidney [Sideny, Siddeny], Sidonia [Sidony], Signa [Signy]

Stephanie [Stephany], Susan [Suanny], Sunny, Swanhild [Swanny], Tawny, Tiffany [Tipheny, Tyffany, ..], Tina [Tiny], Christina [Tiny], Toni [Tony], Antoinette [Tony], Elvina [Vinny], Alvina [Vinny], Whitney [Whitny, Whittany], Wynne [Winny], Gwyneth [Winny]

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