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Girl Names Ending with -yn

Yn ending baby names and what they mean, with 218 results. -yn names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names reached the apex of their popularity in 2011 (adoption of 3.8%) and are almost as common today (adoption 3.3%, down 13.8%), but with names like Jadyn becoming somewhat outmoded. The most fashionable baby names among these are Adalyn (#132), Adelyn (#193), Madelyn (#59), Addilyn (#336) and Raelyn (#340). Here is the list of -yn names for boys.

-yn names

Adalyn - Beryn | Bevlyn - Caitlyn | Cameryn - Christalyn | Christyn - Edyn | Ellyn - Glyn | Gwendalyn - Jennilyn | .. - .. | Sherilyn - Zefiryn

Adalyn - Beryn

Adeline and variantsAdalyn1, Addilyn
Var. of Adeline. Derivative of Old German language. "Noble." Addilyne is also a slightly prominent girl's name.

Adelaide and variantsAdalyn2, Adelyn
Var. of Adelaide. Derivative of Old German language. "Noble kind." Anelyn and Relyn are creative forms.

AddisynAddisyn
Var. of Addison. Derived fr. Old English element. "Son of Adam." Listed in Top 2000. See also Addilyn.

AilynAilyn
Form of Aileen. Derivative of Norman word. Scottish variant of Eileen, which possibly .. Prevalent, with the androgynous-sounding -lyn ending for Ailyn, like Addilyn. See also Arlyn.

AislynAislyn
Var. of Aislinn. Derivative of Irish, Gaelic language. "Dream, vision." Common. Aislyn, similar to Angelyn, ends with the common androgynous -lyn. See also Ayslyn.

AllynAllyn1
Var. of Alana. Root fr. Old German, Hawaiian languages. "Precious; awakening." Uncommon. Allyn (compare Aislyn, Arlyn) has the -lyn suffix. Gender-neutral name.

Allyn2
Var. of Alaine. Derived fr. Old German language. "Precious." Also used for boys. Uncommon. Allyn (compare Ayslyn, Adalyn) ends with -lyn.

Angelyn
Var. of Angela. Root fr. Greek word. "Messenger; angel, messenger of God." Uncommon, with the -lyn ending for Angelyn, like Addilyn, Ailyn. See also Angelea.

Anwyn
Var. of Anwen. Source fr. Welsh word. "Very fair." Not Top 2000 name.

Arianwyn
Var. of Arianwen. Origin fr. Welsh word. "White, holy silver." Not in Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -yn names: Adalyn, Addilyn, Addisyn, Adelyn, Ailyn

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -yn names: Aislyn, Allyn, Arlyn, Aryn, Ashlyn

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -yn names: Ashtyn, Austyn, Avalyn, Eryn, Taryn

ArlynArlyn1
Form of Arlinda. Origin fr. American word. Combination of Arlene and Linda. Unique. Arlyn, similar to Adelyn, uses the androgynous -lyn ending. Gender-neutral name.

Arlyn2
Var. of Arlene. .. Possibly feminine form of Arlen, from .. Cross-gender use. Unusual, with the -lyn ending for Arlyn, like Addilyn, Aislyn.

Arwyn
Var. of Arwen. Derivative of Welsh language. "Muse." Gender-neutral name. Not Top 2000 name.

Erin and variantsAryn, Eiryn, Eryn, Taryn
Forms of Erin. Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Ireland." Listed in Top 2000.

Ashlynn and variantsAshlyn, Ayslyn
Var. of Ashlynn. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Dream." Listed in Top 2000.

AshtynAshtyn
Var. of Ashton. Origin fr. Old English. "Ash tree town." Ranked in Top 2000. See also Aston.

AustynAustyn
Var. of Austine. Origin fr. French, Latin. "Great, magnificent." Listed in Top 2000. Gender-neutral name.

Ava and variantsAvalyn, Avelyn
Var. of Ava. Of uncertain origin, probably German .. Avalyn and Avelyn are rarely used as feminine names.

Ayn
Form of Anne. Derived fr. Hebrew language. "He (God) has favored me." Not Top 2000 name. See also Aryn.

Beryn
Form of Beryl. Source fr. Greek. "Light green semiprecious gemstone." Outside Top 2000. See also Bryna.

Quick Reference

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

1. Adalyn - Beryn
Adeline [Addilyn, ..], Adelaide [Adelyn, ..], Addison [Addisyn], Aileen [Ailyn], Aislinn [Aislyn], Alana [Allyn], Alaine [Allyn], Angela [Angelyn], Anwen [Anwyn], Arianwen [Arianwyn], Arlinda [Arlyn], Arlene [Arlyn], Arwen [Arwyn], Erin [Taryn, ..], Ashlynn [Ayslyn, ..], Ashton [Ashtyn], Austine [Austyn], Ava [Avelyn, ..], Anne [Ayn], Beryl [Beryn]


Beverly [Bevlyn], Blodwen [Blodwyn], Bradyn, Brandy [Brandyn, ..], Brandilyn [Brandylyn, ..], Breanna [Breelyn], Brenda [Brendolyn], Brenna [Brenyn], Brittany [Brityn], Brogan [Brogyn], Bronwyn, Brooke [Brooklyn], Brynn [Bryn], Brianna [Bryn], Bryn, Brina [Bryn], Caoilainn [Caelyn], Caitlin [Kayelyn, ..], Cailin [Cailyn, ..], Kaitlin [Kathlyn, ..]


Cameron [Kamryn, ..], Caroline [Karolyn, ..], Cara [Caralyn], Carla [Carlyn], Carlene [Karlyn, ..], Carol [Cherlyn, ..], Carolyn [Karolyn], Karen [Taryn, ..], Catherine [Kathryn, ..], Katherine [Kathryn, ..], Cecilia [Cecelyn], Ceridwen [Cerridwyn, ..], Charla [Charlyn], Charlene [Charlyn], Charmaine [Sharmyn, ..], Sheryl [Sherilyn, ..], Cherilyn [Sherylyn, ..], Cheryl [Cherylyn, ..], Charlotte [Cherlyn], Crystal [Kristalyn, ..]


Christen [Cristyn, ..], Clementine [Clementyn], Cora [Coralyn], Coral [Coralyn], Corinna [Coryn, ..], Courtney [Courtlyn], Cynthia [Cyn], Dale [Daelyn], Darlene [Darlyn], Daryl [Darylyn, ..], Daryn, De- [Delyn], Deryn [Derhyn], Devin [Devyn], Devon [Devyn], Donna [Donnalyn], Dora [Doralyn], Doreen [Doreyn], Edlyn, Eden [Edyn]


Ellen [Elyn, ..], Eleanor [Elyn, ..], Helen [Ellyn], Emeline [Emmalyn, ..], Emily [Emmalyn, ..], Emma [Emmelyn, ..], Emmeline [Emmalyn], Ethel [Ethlyn, ..], Eurfron [Eurfyn], Eurwen [Eurwyn], Evangeline [Evangelyn], Evelyn [Evlyn, ..], Eve [Evlyn, ..], Fallon [Fallyn], Farren [Ferryn, ..], Gemma [Gemmalyn], Geraldine [Gerrilyn, ..], Geri [Gerrilyn, ..], Germaine [Jermayn, ..], Glenna [Glyn]


Gwendolen [Gwyndolyn, ..], Guinevere [Gwyn], Gwen [Gwyn], Gwyneth [Gwyn], Gwyn, Harolyn, Ivy [Ivalyn], Jacqueline [Jaquelyn, ..], Jacey [Jacelyn], Jaclyn [Jaklyn, ..], Jacquelyn [Jaclyn, ..], Jade [Jadyn, ..], Jae [Jaelyn], Ja- [Jalyn], Jamie [Jamilyn], Jana [Janalyn], Jasmine [Jessamyn, ..], Jazzlyn [Jazzalyn, ..], Jenna [Jennalyn], Jenny [Jennilyn]


Jeralyn [Jerrilyn, ..], Jessie [Jesslyn, ..], Jessica [Jessamyn, ..], Jewel [Jewelyn], Jocelyn [Jozlyn, ..], Joelle [Joellyn], Jolene [Jolyn], Jo [Jolyn], Johnna [Jonalyn], Jordan [Jordyn], Joyce [Joycelyn], Jyn, Jean [Jyn], Kaylin [Kaylyn, ..], Kami [Kamlyn], Kameron [Kamryn], Karolina [Karolyn, ..], Kara [Karalyn], Karleen [Karlyn], Carmen [Karmyn]


Katelyn [Kitlyn, ..], Kathleen [Kathlyn, ..], Katie [Katilyn], Kayla [Kaylyn], Keely [Keelyn], Kellen [Kellyn], Kerry [Kerilyn], Kerrin [Keryn, ..], Kevina [Kevyn], Khristina [Khrystyn], Kimberly [Kimblyn, ..], Kirsten [Kristyn, ..], Kitty [Kitlyn], Corinne [Koryn], Korina [Koryn], Kristen [Krystyn, ..], Krystalyn [Kristalyn], Laura [Laralyn], Lauren [Loryn, ..], Lorelei [Lorilyn, ..]


Loren [Loryn, ..], Linda [Lyn], Lynn [Lyn], Madeline [Madlyn, ..], Madison [Madisyn], Mandoline [Mandolyn, ..], Marcella [Marcelyn], Marcia [Marcilyn], Mary [Marilyn], Marilyn [Marylyn, ..], Marlin [Marlyn], Marlene [Marlyn], Marlen [Marlyn], Marvell [Marvelyn], Marina [Maryn], Meryl [Merlyn], Merry [Merryn], Michal [Michaelyn], Morwenna [Morwyn], Nelly [Nellwyn]


Nicoline [Nicolyn], Olwen [Olwyn], Pamela [Pamelyn], Perrin [Perryn], Rae [Raelyn], Raven [Ravyn], Ryan [Riayn], Roberta [Robyn], Robin [Robyn], Rosalind [Rozelyn, ..], Rosalyn [Roslyn], Rose [Roslyn], Royale [Royalyn], Roza [Rozlyn, ..], Sarah [Saralyn], Shayla [Shaylyn, ..], Shannon [Shannyn], Sharlene [Sharlyn], Sharon [Sheryn, ..], Shea [Shaylyn]


Sherilyn, Sherry [Sherryn], Shirley [Shirlyn], Starla [Starlyn], Stetson [Stetcyn], Suellen [Suelyn], Tammy [Tamlyn, ..], Tamara [Tamryn], Tamsin [Tamsyn], Tara [Taralyn], Taryn [Teryn, ..], Tayla [Taylyn], Teryl [Terelyn, ..], Terry [Teryn, ..], Trista [Tristyn], Valentina [Valyn], Wynne [Wyn], Zephyr [Zefiryn]

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