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What does Breonda mean?

Breonda Pronunciation of Breonda as a name for girls. The meaning of the name Breonda is "high, noble, exalted". Breonda is an alternate spelling of Breanna (English, Irish, Gaelic, Celtic): variant of Brianna.

ASSOCIATED WITH Bre-, -da, high (great), noble, exalted



ALTERNATIVE FORMS VIA BREANNA Brea, Breana, Breann, Breanne, Breauna, Breawna, Breea, Breeana, Breeanna, Breiana, Breila, Breina, Breona, Breonna



Breonda Penelope (B.P.), ..

How popular is Breonda?

Breonda is an uncommon first name for women. Breonda is an equivalently rare surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Breanna (#669 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Brea (#1824), Breeanna, Breona, Breonna, Breeana, Breanne, Breana, Breann and Breauna are the prominent alternative forms of Breonda (OUTSIDE TOP 2000). Adoption of these forms of Breonda was at its highest 2 decades ago (AVERAGE #915) and is now much lower, with versions like Breanna becoming somewhat dated. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Brea, Breana, Breann, Breanna, Breanne in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Breauna, Breeana, Breeanna, Breona, Breonna in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Breonda is alike in pronunciation to Branda, Brandea, Brandi, Brandy, Branndea, Branndi, Brenda, Brendah, Brendie, Brennda, Brenndah, Brianda, Brinda and Brynda. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Arnolda, Barinda, Begonia, Belenda, Belinda, Belynda, Beonca, Bionca, Branca, Brand, Brande, Brannde (see Brandy), Breda, Breeda, Breena, Bren, Brendyl, Brenie, Brenn, Brenna, Brenne, Bretny (see Brittany), Bretta, Briana, Briand, Brieanna, Brinna, Briona, Brione, Brioni, Brionna, Brionne, Bronia, Bronny, Bronte, Bronya, Bryana, Bryanna, Brynna, Bryonie, Bryonna, Chonda, Deanda, Edmonda, Freada, Freeda, Grenada, Jaconda, Jenda, Korenda, Larhonda, Leoda, Leonda, Ramonda, Rhonda, Romonda (see Ramona), Shonda, Vonda, Wonda, Yalonda and Zenda. These names tend to be more commonly used than Breonda.

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