What does Aithne mean?
Aithne has 1 more different relation via Aidan: Aiden.Kreatif forms:
(female) Alithne, Althne, ..
(male) Aithino, Aithneau, ..
How popular is Aithne?
Aithne is an unusual given name for women. Aithne is an equivalently unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Aidan, Aiden and Aine are the prominent varying forms of Aithne (outside Top 2000). Adoption of these relations of Aithne was at its most widespread a decade ago. Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of Aithne and corresponding names. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Aithne is pronounced similarly to Eithne. Other suggested similar names are Adene, Adilene, Adine, Agathe, Aidana, Ailbe, Ailee, Aileene, Ailene, Ailie, Aillie, Ailyn, Airin, Aishah, Aivana, Aiyana, Alane, Alayne, Alcine, Aldene, Aldine, Aleine, Alenne, Aleyne, Alithea, Allene▼, Alline, Altha▼, Althaea, Althea▼, Althia, Alvine, Alwyne, Alyne, Amitie, Anne▼, Anthe, Ardene, Ardine, Arene, Ariadne▲, Arinne, Arjane, Arlyne, Arthene, Ashni, Asianne, Aston, Atha, Athena▲, Athene, Athie, Athina, Attie, Aubine, Audene, Austine, Austyne, Ayshe, Bethune, Brittne, Brityne (see Brittany), Daphne▲, Diane▼, Dianne▼, Dionne▼, Divine, Gitane, Liahne, Lianne, Riane, Rianne, Ruthine (see Ruth) and Simone. These names tend to be more frequently used than Aithne.See names in meaning and etymology.