What does Brynna mean?
Brynna /bryn-na/ as a name for girls. Brynna's name origins are Gaelic and Welsh, and the name Brynna means "little drop of water; raven or black-haired; high, noble, exalted; hill". Brynna is a variant form of Brenna (Gaelic) with the prefix Bry-. 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 relations 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.Kreatif forms: Brynba, Brynnat, Brynni. [more]
How popular is Brynna?
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 2 years ago), 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 (outside Top 1000) listed in the Top 1000. Adoption of these forms of Brynna was well-received in 1994 (usage of 0.4755%) and is somewhat less today (usage 0.2848%, 40.1% less). Brianna has generally been preferred by parents, though Brynn has become trendy as well over time, while versions like Breanna, Breanne, Brenna, Brianne and Bryana are now less common. (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.