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Boy Names Ending with -ann

Ann ending baby names and what they mean, with 50 results. -ann names are used more often as feminine names. Here is the list of -ann names for girls.

Alann - Gleann

Alann
Form of Alan. Stems fr. Old German element. "Precious."

Altermann, Altmann, Eltermann
Forms of Altman. Derivative of Old German. "Old man."

Beamann
Form of Beaman. Based on Old English word. "Beekeeper."

Brann
Form of Bram. Based on Scottish, Irish, Gaelic words. "Bramble."

Chann
Var. of Channing. Based on English, Old French elements. "Young wolf; official of the church."

Chayann
Var. of Cheyenne. Origin fr. Native American Indian word. "Unintelligible speakers."

Dann
Var. of Dan. Origin fr. Hebrew. "Judge; God is my judge."

Eachann
Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Horse brown."

Eamann
Form of Eamon. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Wealthy protector."

Eann1
Var. of Eion. Root fr. Irish, Hebrew. "God is gracious."

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ann names: Dann

Eann2
Var. of Ian. Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "God is gracious."

Egann
Var. of Egan. Based on Irish, Gaelic. "Fire."

Eumann
Var. of Edmund. Derived fr. Old English. "Wealthy protector."

Evann
Form of Evan. Stems fr. Hebrew, Welsh, Scottish languages. "God is gracious."

Flann
From Irish, Gaelic language. "Red, ruddy."

Frann
Form of Francis. From Latin element. "Frenchman."

Friedmann
Form of Freeman. Origin fr. Old English. "Free man."

Fuhrmann, Furmann
Forms of Furman. Source fr. German. "Ferryman."

Garmann
Var. of Garman. Stems fr. Old English language. "Spearman."

Gleann
Var. of Glen. From Irish, Gaelic language. "Glen."

Quick Reference

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

1. Alann - Gleann
Alan [Alann], Altman [Altmann, Altermann, Eltermann], Beaman [Beamann], Bram [Brann], Channing [Chann], Cheyenne [Chayann], Dan [Dann], Eachann, Eamon [Eamann], Eion [Eann], Ian [Eann], Egan [Egann], Edmund [Eumann], Evan [Evann], Flann, Francis [Frann], Freeman [Friedmann], Furman [Furmann, Fuhrmann], Garman [Garmann], Glen [Gleann]


Goodman [Goodmann, Guttmann], Harman [Harmann], Hartman [Hartmann], Heimdall [Heimann], Herman [Hermann], Hoffman [Hofmann, Hoffmann], John [Seann, Ivann, Johann], Jarman [Jarmann], Jovan [Jovann], Kaufman [Kaufmann], Lachman [Lachmann], Lehman [Lehmann], Lindeman [Lindemann], Mann, Nachman [Nachmann], Newman [Neumann, Newmann], Rodman [Rodmann], Sherman [Shermann, Schermann], Selig [Seligmann], Shan [Shann]


Silverman [Silbermann], Steadman [Steadmann], Till [Tilmann], Truman [Trumann], Tyquan [Tyquann], Van [Vann], Weissman [Weissmann], Wystan [Wystann], Yann, Zander [Zann]

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