What does Brynna mean?
Brynna \b-rynna, br(yn)-na\ as a name for girls. Brynna's name origins are Gaelic, Irish, Celtic and Welsh, and the name Brynna means "little drop of water; raven or black-haired; high, noble, exalted; hill, mount". Brynna is a variant of Brenna (Gaelic). Brynna is also a derivative of Brianna (Irish, Gaelic, Celtic): May also possibly mean "strong". Brynna is also used as a variation of Brina (Irish, Gaelic, Celtic) and Bryn (Welsh).
Brynna has 22 variants: Brana, Breanna▼, Breayanna, Breeanna, Breena, Brenie, Brennah, Briahna, Briana, Briannah, Brianni, Briauna, Briaunna, Brieanna, Brienna, Briney, Brinna, Briny, Bryana▼, Bryanna, Bryauna and Bryna.
Brynna has 27 more related variations via Brenna, Brianna, Brina, Bryn: Breanne▼, Bree, Breeann, Breeanne, Bren, Brenn, Brenne, Brenyn, Bri, Bria, Briand, Brianda, Briane, Briann, Brianne▼, Briannon, Brie, Brieann, Brienne, Brieon, Brinn, Bryann, Bryanne, Brynelle, Brynn, Brynnan and Brynne.
Brynna is a rare first name for women. Brynna is also a rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Below is a charted comparison of the usage of Brynna and corresponding names. Breanna (#624 the previous year), Breanne, Bree, Brenna (#784), Bria (#521), Briana (#419), Brianda, Brianna (#85), Brianne, Bryana, Bryanna (#639), Bryn (#965) and Brynn (#261) are the prominent related forms of Brynna (#unlisted) listed in the Top 1000. Adoption of these girl names reached its most widespread in 1994 (usage of 0.4755%) and has become significantly less since (usage 0.2848%, down 40.1%), with forms like Breanna, Breanne, Brenna, Brianne and Bryana becoming somewhat dated. The most fashionable girl names among these are Bria (#521), Briana (#419), Brianna (#85), Bryanna (#639) and Brynn (#261). (2014 Birth Statistics)
Brynna is alike in pronunciation to Breana▼, Breina, Breona, Breonna▼, Briona, Brionna▼, Bronia, Bronny, Bronya, Bruna, Bryonna and Bryony. Other suggested similar baby names are Brann and Brynda. These names tend to be more commonly used than Brynna.