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What does Brennah mean?

Brennah /bren-nah/ as a name for girls. Brennah's root is Gaelic, and Brennah means "little drop of water; raven or black-haired". Brennah is an alternate spelling of Brenna (Gaelic) with the suffix -h.

Associated with: gaelic, little, water, black.


Brennah has 3 variants: Brenie, Brinna and Brynna.

Brennah has 5 more related forms via Brenna: Bren, Brenn, Brenne, Brenyn and Brynne.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Brennie, Brinah, ..

(male) Brenbar, Brenian, ..

How popular is Brennah?

Brennah is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Brennah is also an uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)


Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Popular varying forms of Brennah (outside Top 2000) are Brenna (#784 in 2014), Brynna and Brynne. Adoption of these forms of Brennah was at its most widespread 19 years ago (usage of 0.1%) and is now much diminished. Below is a charted analysis of the statistics of the girl name Brennah and related names. (Top Baby Names, 2014)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Brenna, Brynna, Brynne in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Brennah and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names


Brennah is alike in pronunciation to Brana, Breana, Breauna, Breawna, Breeana, Breena, Breiana, Brenee, Breonna, Briana, Brianna, Briannah, Brieanna, Brienna, Brina, Briona, Brionna, Bronia, Bronnie, Bronny, Bruna, Bryana, Bryanna, Bryna and Bryonna. Other suggested similar names are Alenah, Aleynah, Beah, Benny, Berna, Beulah, Bewlah, Binah, Branca, Branka, Brann, Brannde (see Brandy), Brea, Breah, Breanda, Breann, Breanne, Breean, Breehan, Breen, Breila, Brenda, Brendah, Brendie, Brennan, Brennda (see Brenda), Brenndah (see Brenda), Bretta, Brienne, Brinn, Brynn, Brynnan, Buena, Channah, Diannah, Freedah, Jennah, Karenah, Kennah, Lannah, Leanah, Luannah, Neenah, Nonnah, Raenah, Reannah, Sannah, Shannah, Sheenah and Wenonah. These names tend to be more commonly used than Brennah.