What does Byanca mean?
Byanca /by-an-ca/ as a name for girls is of Italian derivation, and the meaning of the name Byanca is "white, pure". Byanca is an alternate spelling, with the prefix By-, of Bianca (Italian): form of Blanche (French).
(female) Byance, Byanna, ..
(male) Byance, Byanji, ..
How popular is Byanca?
Byanca is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Byanca is an equivalently uncommon surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Prominent alternative forms of Byanca (not ranked) ranked in the Top 2000 are Bianca (#360 in 2014), Bianka, Bionca, Blanca (#1646) and Blanche. Other variants, like Biancha, are seldom used. These forms of Byanca reached the peak of their popularity a century ago (average #1611) and have become much less popular since (#1601, ▼84.3%), with forms like Blanca becoming less stylish. Below is a graphed comparison of the statistics of the girl name Byanca and affiliated names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Recommended names are Ayana▲, Ayanna, Baba, Baila, Baja, Bama, Bara, Barra, Barta, Basha, Basia, Basja, Batya, Bayla, Belanna, Bellanca, Bena, Berna, Beyonce▼, Bibyana, Bina, Blanch▼, Blanda, Blane, Blanka, Blasia, Blasya (see Blasia), Bogna, Borsca (see Borbala), Bracha, Brana, Branca, Brand, Branda, Brande, Brandea, Brandi▼, Brandy▼, Brani, Branice, Branka, Breana▼, Breanda, Brenda▼, Briana▼, Brianda, Brianna▼, Brina, Brinna, Bronia, Bronya, Bruna, Bryana▼, Bryann, Bryanna, Bryauna, Bryna, Byla, Byna, Cyanea, Danaca, Danica, Dyana, Dyanna, Franca, Janica, Laranca (see Laura), Lyrica, Monca, Ryana, Ryanna, Rycca, Tyana, Tyanna and Vianca. These names tend to be more frequently used than Byanca.