What does Brittany mean?
Brittany [brit-tany] as a girls' name is pronounced BRIT-nee, BRIT-a-nee. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Brittany is "from Brittany or Britain". Modern coinage from the name of an ancient duchy (Bretagne) in France. Celtic Bretons emigrated from France and became the Bretons of England; later the name "Britain" came to signify the country. The name has also been influenced by Britt, of which it is sometimes regarded as the full form. Singer Britney Spears; actress Brittany Murphy.
Brittany▼ has 83 variants: Bibi, Bret, Bretny, Brett, Bretta, Brette, Bretteny, Brettiney, Brettney, Brettnie, Bridnee, Bridney, Brit, Britani, Britanny, Britany▼, Briteny, Britianee, Britiney, Britiney, Britney▼, Britni▼, Britny, Britnye, Briton, Britt, Britta, Brittainny, Brittainy, Brittamy, Brittan, Brittana, Brittane, Brittanee, Brittaney▼, Brittani▼, Brittania, Brittaniee, Brittann, Brittanyne, Britte, Brittell, Britten, Brittenee, Britteney, Brittenie, Britteny, Brittiani, Brittianni, Brittiany, Brittie, Brittin, Brittina, Brittine, Brittiney, Brittini, Brittiny, Brittknee, Brittlin, Brittlynn, Brittnaye, Brittne, Brittnea, Brittnee, Brittneigh, Brittney▼, Brittni▼, Brittny▼, Britton, Brittoni, Brittony, Britty, Brittyne, Brityn, Brityne, Brytnea, Brytni, Bryton, Bryttani, Bryttany, Bryttine, Bryttnee and Bryttney.
1 more different relation via Britt: Brita.
1 masculine form: Britannicus.Creative forms:
(male) Middle name pairings:
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How popular is Brittany?
Brittany is a very popular first name for women (#187 out of 4276, Top 4%) and a slightly less popular surname for both adults and children (#109915 out of 150436, Top 73%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Brittany was first listed in 1970-1979 and reached its peak rank of #3 in the U.S. in the year 1991, and is currently at #460. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Prominent varying forms of Brittany (#460 in 2015) are Bethany (#420 in 2015), Britney (#1268), Brittney (#1853), Brittiany, Britton, Britteny, Brittie, Brittini, Brittny, Brittnee, Brittni, Brittaney, Britany, Britani, Brett, Britni, Britny, Brittanee, Britta, Britt and Brittani. Usage of these forms of Brittany was widespread among parents 3 decades ago (median #983) and is now significantly reduced (#1818, ▼97.3%), with forms like Bethany going out of style.
Brittany▼ is pronounced similarly to Brettany, Britania and Brittanya. Other recommended names are Bastiana, Bethan, Bethaney, Betheny, Betiana, Betsan, Betta, Bettine, Bianey, Bibyana, Binny, Birkitta (see Bridget), Birta, Bitta, Bitya, Blinny, Brady, Brana, Brand, Brann, Brantley, Breana▼, Breann▼, Breean, Breiana, Breiann, Brennan, Bria▼, Briahna, Briana▼, Briand, Brianda, Briane, Briann, Brianna▼, Brianne▼, Brianni, Briar▲, Briaunna, Brieann, Brienna, Brienne, Brieon, Briet, Brieta, Brietta, Briette, Brigita, Briley, Brily, Briney, Briny, Brione, Brioni, Brionne, Briony, Brisha, Brisia, Bristol▲, Britannia, Briza, Brogann (see Brogan), Bronny, Bryann, Brynnan, Kristan, Tiffany▼, Tristan▼, Tristana, Whitny (see Whitney), Whittaney (see Whitney) and Whittany. These names tend to be less commonly used than Brittany.