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What does Bethanny mean?

Bethanny Pronunciation of Bethanny [bethanny] as a girls' name has its root in Hebrew. Bethanny is an alternate spelling of Bethany (Hebrew): possibly means "house of figs".


Bethanny has 7 variants: Bethanee, Bethaney, Bethani, Bethanie, Bethannie, Betheney and Betheny.

3 more alternative forms via Bethany: Bethann, Bethanne and Bethzy.

Creative forms:


Middle name pairings:
Bethanny Taryn (B.T.), ..

How popular is Bethanny?

Bethanny is an uncommon first name for females. Bethanny is an equivalently unique surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Prominent related forms of Bethanny (not ranked) are Bethany (#420 via latest list), Bethzy, Bethanne, Bethann and Bethanie. Other variants, like Betheney, are seldom used. These relations of Bethanny were popular as baby names in the year 1996 (average #1486) and are now significantly less common, with versions such as Bethany becoming somewhat outmoded. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bethanie, Bethann, Bethanne, Bethany, Bethzy in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Bethany outside U.S.

Similar Names

Bethanny is pronounced similarly to Bethuna. Other recommended names are Anthony, Bebhinn, Beibhinn, Belanna, Bellanca, Benni, Benny, Berny, Bertha, Beta, Beth, Betha, Bethan, Bethel, Bethell, Bethelle (see Bethel), Bethesda, Bethune, Bethy, Betia, Betiana, Betina, Betsan, Bettina, Bettine, Bianey, Bibianna, Binny, Bithron, Brandy, Breann, Breanne, Breayanna, Breeanna, Breeanne, Breehan, Breiann, Breighann, Brettany, Brettiney (see Brittany), Brettney, Briann, Brianna, Brianne, Brieann, Britanny, Britany, Brittainny (see Brittany), Brittainy, Brittann (see Brittany), Brittany, Brogann (see Brogan), Bryann, Bryanna, Bryanne, Bryttany (see Brittany), Danny, Delainy, Devenny, Fanny, Franny, Genny, Jenny, Lanny, Meghann, Meghanne, Melany, Nethania, Penny, Ruthann, Ruthanne, Sanny, Stephany and Suanny. These names tend to be more commonly used than Bethanny.

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