What does China mean?
How popular is China?
China is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#3089 out of 4276, Top 72%) and an even more prominent last name for both adults and children (#29325 out of 150436, Top 19%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the baby name statistics of China for girls. China entered the list in 1991 and reached its apex rank of #816 in the U.S. in 1992, but is not found in the list at the moment. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Displayed below is a comparison of the usage of the girl name China and related names. Popular related forms of China ranked in the Top 1000 are Chyna and Chynna. Adoption of these relations of China was more pronounced among parents in 1999 (median #821) and has become less since, with the form Chyna becoming less stylish.
China is alike in pronunciation to Chaanah, Chainey, Chana, Chanah, Chanee, Chaney, Chania, Chaniya, Channa, Channah, Chenay, Shaena, Shaina▼, Shanae▼, Shanay, Shanea, Shauna▼, Shawna▼, Sheena▼, Sheina, Shianna, Shiona, Shonah, Shonna and Shuna. Other suggested similar baby names are Adina, Alina▲, Amina▲, Anina, Athina, Auina, Bina, Brina, Cain, Canna, Carina▼, Carna, Ceila, Ceira, Chalina, Chanda▼, Chanina, Chanta, Chara, Chava, Chaya▲, Chela, Cherina, Chesna, Chiana, Chianna, Chiara, Chinara, Chita, Chiyo, Chonda, Chuma, Ciana, Cima, Cinda▼, Cira, Colina, Cyrina, Daina, Dina▼, Drina, Edina, Egina, Elina, Emina, Evina, Faina, Fina, Geina, Idina, Irina, Jaina, Jina, Kina, Leina, Mahina, Mina▼, Neina, Nina, Olina, Orina, Pnina, Raina▼, Rhona, Rina, Sina▼, Stina, Taina, Teina, Thana, Tina▼, Trina▼, Urina, Wina and Zina. These names tend to be less frequently used than China.