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Names Ending with -ann for Boys

"ANN" baby names ending with -ann are used more often as feminine names.

Here is the list of -ann names for girls.

pinAlan - Goodman

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[Alann, .. 24 more] Form of Alan 1 Stems fr. Old German element. "Precious." Not Top 1000 name. See also Flann. ..

[Altermann, Altmann, Eltermann, .. 3 more] Forms of Altman 2 Derivative of Old German. "Old man." Altermannau, Artermann and Autermann are kreatif forms.

[Beamann, .. 4 more] Form of Beaman 3 Based on Old English word. "Beekeeper." Uncommon. Beamann (cf. Brenn) ends with -nn. ..

[Brann, .. 2 more] Form of Bram 4 Based on Scottish, Irish, Gaelic words. "Bramble." Rare, with the unusual -nn ending for Brann like Baldwynn. Cross-gender use. ..

[Chann, .. 5 more] Var. of Channing 5 Based on English, Old French elements. "Young wolf; official of the church." Not in popularity charts. See also Chayann. ..

[Chayann, .. 3 more] Var. of Cheyenne 6 Origin fr. Native American Indian word. "Unintelligible speakers." Uncommon. Chayann (cf. Corwinn) ends with -nn. See also Chann.

[Dann] Var. of Dan 7 Origin fr. Hebrew. "Judge; God is my judge." Outside Top 1000. See also Donn. ..

Eachann 8 Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Horse brown." Unique. Eachann, like Eldwynn, ends with -nn. ..

[Eamann, .. 6 more] Form of Eamon 9 Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Wealthy protector." Rare, with the androgynous-sounding -nn ending for Eamann like Eltermann. See also Eman. ..

[Eumann, .. 18 more] Var. of Edmund 10 Derived fr. Old English. "Wealthy protector." Unusual, with the favored androgynous-sounding -nn suffix for Eumann like Elwynn. See also Eamann. ..

[Egann, .. 3 more] Var. of Egan 11 Based on Irish, Gaelic. "Fire." Rare. Egann, like Evann, ends with -nn. ..

[Eann, .. 3 more] Var. of Eion 12 Root fr. Irish, Hebrew. "God is gracious." Uncommon, with the androgynous -nn suffix for Eann like Eamonn. See also Eian. ..

[Evann, .. 14 more] Form of Evan 13 Stems fr. Hebrew, Welsh, Scottish languages. "God is gracious." Uncommon. Evann, like Eamonn, has the androgynous -nn ending. See also Evian. ..

Flann 14 From Irish, Gaelic language. "Red, ruddy." Uncommon. Flann, like Fionn, uses the androgynous-sounding -nn ending. See also Frann.

[Frann, .. 42 more] Form of Francis 15 From Latin element. "Frenchman." Not in Top 1000. See also Franc. ..

[Friedmann, .. 6 more] Form of Freeman 16 Origin fr. Old English. "Free man." Not Top 1000 name. ..

[Fuhrmann, Furmann, .. 1 more] Forms of Furman 17 Source fr. German. "Ferryman." Not in popularity charts.

[Garmann, .. 4 more] Var. of Garman 18 Stems fr. Old English language. "Spearman." Uncommon, with the common -nn suffix for Garmann like Guinn. See also Germayn.

[Gleann, .. 12 more] Var. of Glen 19 From Irish, Gaelic language. "Glen." Not in popularity charts. See also Gilean. ..

[Goodmann, Guttmann, .. 1 more] Forms of Goodman 20 Based on Old English. "Good man." Uncommon, with the -nn suffix for Goodmann, Guttmann like Gunn.

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Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -ann names for boys.

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

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

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