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Boy Names Ending with -nn

Nn ending baby names and what they mean, with 174 results. These boy names reached the apex of their popularity 65 years ago (ADOPTION OF 0.38%) and are somewhat less common today (ADOPTION 0.19%, 50.7%), with names like Glenn falling out of fashion. Finn (#209), Flynn (#694) and Quinn (#354) are three of the more chic names for newborns among these, while Zinn (TOP 4%) and Hann (3%) are popular -nn surnames. Here is the list of -nn names for girls.

-nn names

Aaronn - Chaplinn | Chayann - Dewonn | Donn - Faybionn | Fenn - Glynn | Godwinn - Jayronn | Jonn - Malvynn | .. - .. | Trumann - Zann

Aaronn - Chaplinn

Aaronn
Var. of Aaron. Source fr. Hebrew word. "Mountain of strength." Anronn and Arronn are creative forms.

Alann
Var. of Alan. Origin fr. Old German. "Precious." Unusual, but Alann is comparable to common -ann last names Glann (UPPER 70%), Armann (80%). See also Alwyn.

Eldwynn1, Alswynn, Aldwinn
Var. of Aldwin. Based on Old English word. "Old friend." Outside Top 2000.

Eldwynn2, Aldwynn
Var. of Alden. Derived fr. Old English language. "Old friend." Not in Top 2000.

Allstonn
Form of Alston. Origin fr. Old English. "Elf stone." Outside Top 2000.

Eltermann, Altmann, Altermann
Var. of Altman. Origin fr. Old German. "Old man." Not Top 2000 names.

Elwynn, Alwynn
Var. of Alvin. Root fr. Old English language. "Elf or magical being, friend." Not in Top 2000.

Arlenn
Form of Arlen. Origin fr. Gaelic word. "Pledge, oath." Not in Top 2000.

Ashlynn, Ashlinn
Var. of Ashley. Stems fr. Old English element. "Ash meadow." Not Top 2000 names.

Aswynn, Aswinn
Var. of Aswin. Source fr. Old English. "Spear-friend." Not Top 2000 names.

Baldwynn, Baldwinn
Var. of Baldwin. Origin fr. Old French, Old German elements. "Bold, brave friend." Not Top 2000 names.

Beamann
Form of Beaman. Derivative of Old English element. "Beekeeper." A quirky baby name.

Benn1
Form of Ben. From Hebrew. "Son." Benn is rare as a children's name.

Benn2
Form of Benjamin. Source fr. Hebrew word. "Son of the right hand." Beni is a marginally favored birth name. See also Kenn.

Berwynn
Form of Berwyn. Based on Old English. "Bear friend; bright friend." A rare birth name. See also Derwynn.

Brann
Form of Bram. Based on Scottish, Irish, Gaelic words. "Bramble." Brans (TOP 92%), Brain (12%) are conventional last names.

Brenn
Var. of Brennan. Source fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Teardrop." Unisex name. Not Top 2000 name.

Bronsonn
Var. of Bronson. Root fr. Middle English language. "Son of the brown man." Uncommon. Bronsonn is not listed in the US Census.

Chann
Var. of Channing. Root fr. English, Old French words. "Young wolf; official of the church." Outside Top 2000. See also Chane.

Chaplinn
Var. of Chaplin. Source fr. Middle English. "Secretary." Chaplinn was not a Top birth name in 2015.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -nn names for boys.

1. Aaronn - Chaplinn
Aaron [Aaronn], Alan [Alann], Aldwin [Eldwynn, ..], Alden [Eldwynn, ..], Alston [Allstonn], Altman [Eltermann, ..], Alvin [Elwynn, ..], Arlen [Arlenn], Ashley [Ashlynn, ..], Aswin [Aswynn, ..], Baldwin [Baldwynn, ..], Beaman [Beamann], Ben [Benn], Benjamin [Benn], Berwyn [Berwynn], Bram [Brann], Brennan [Brenn], Bronson [Bronsonn], Channing [Chann], Chaplin [Chaplinn]


Cheyenne [Chayann], Chetwin [Chetwynn], Cobden [Cobdenn], Colwyn [Colwynn], Connor [Conn], Conn, Conan [Conn], Conall [Conn], Corwin [Corwynn, ..], Dan [Dann], Da- [Dashonn], Davon [Davonn], Delvin [Delwynn], Dion [Deonn], Darwin [Derwynn], Derwin [Derwynn], Devin [Devynn, ..], De- [Devonn], Devon [Devonn], Dejuan [Dewonn]


Don [Donn], Dunn, Duncan [Dunn], Dylan [Dylonn], Eachann, Edwin [Eadwinn], Eamon [Eamonn, ..], Edmund [Eumann, ..], Eion [Eann], Ian [Eann], Egan [Egann], Elgin [Eilginn], Elvin [Elwinn], Elwyn [Elwynn], Emil [Emlynn], Irwin [Irwinn, ..], Erskine [Erwynn], Evan [Evann], Ewing [Ewynn], Fabian [Faybionn]


Fenton [Fenn], Fenn, Finnian [Fionn, ..], Finn [Fynn, ..], Finlay [Finn], Fingal [Finn], Finbar [Fionn], Flann [Flainn], Flynn [Flinn], Franklin [Franklynn, ..], Francis [Frann], Freeman [Friedmann], Furman [Furmann, ..], Garman [Garmann], Garvin [Garwynn], Gavin [Gavynn], Galen [Gaylinn], Gladwin [Gladwinn], Glen [Glynn, ..], Glyndwr [Glynn]


Godwin [Goodwynn, ..], Goldwin [Goldwynn, ..], Goodman [Guttmann, ..], Goodwin [Goodwynn, ..], Gwyn [Gwynn, ..], Gunnar [Gunn], Hadwin [Hedwinn, ..], Hardwin [Hardwynn, ..], Harlan [Harlynn, ..], Harman [Harmonn, ..], Hartman [Hartmann], Heddwyn [Hedwynn], Heimdall [Heimann], Herman [Hermann], Hoffman [Hoffmann, ..], John [Seann, ..], Ja- [Jaronn, ..], Jarman [Jarmann], Jalen [Jaylonn], Jay [Jayronn]


Jon [Jonn], Jovan [Jovann], Kaufman [Kaufmann], Kelton [Keltonn], Kelvin [Kelwinn], Kenn, Kerwin [Kerwinn], Kevin [Kevinn], Lachman [Lachmann], Lehman [Lehmann], Leonard [Lenn], Lenny [Lenn], Lindeman [Lindemann], Linn [Lynn], Linton [Lyntonn, ..], Litton [Littonn], Lonnie [Lonn], Lunn [Lonn], Malvin [Malvinn], Melvin [Melwynn, ..]


Mann, Marlon [Marlonn, ..], Marmion [Marmionn], Martin [Martenn], Marvin [Murvynn, ..], Medwin [Medwinn], Merlin [Merlynn, ..], Mervin [Merwinn, ..], Morven [Morfinn], Nachman [Nachmann], Newman [Newmann, ..], Norvin [Norwynn, ..], Orvin [Orwynn], Austin [Ostynn], Oswin [Oswynn, ..], Owen [Owynn], Penn, Quinn, Quinton [Quintynn], Rankin [Rankinn]


Raven [Ravinn], Reginn, Rodman [Rodmann], Ronald [Ronn], Savion [Savionn], Sherman [Shermann, ..], Selig [Seligmann], Selwyn [Selwynn, ..], Shan [Shann], Shawn [Shonn, ..], Sherwin [Sherwinn], Silverman [Silbermann], Steadman [Steadmann], Stefan [Stephonn, ..], Sven [Sveinn], Swithin [Swithinn], Talfryn [Talfrynn], Tevon [Tevonn, ..], Till [Tilmann], Travon [Trevonn]


Truman [Trumann], Tyquan [Tyquann], Unwin [Unwinn], Van [Vonn, ..], Von [Vonn], Walden [Waldenn], Walwyn [Walwynn, ..], Weissman [Weissmann], Winston [Winstonn, ..], Elwin [Wynn], Wynn [Winn], Wystan [Wystann], Yann, Zander [Zann]

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