What does Fanny mean?
Fanny /fan-ny/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name is pronounced FAN-ee. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Fanny is "from France". Pet form of Frances, very popular in the 18th and 19th centuries. Cookbook author Fannie Farmer; author Fannie Flagg; actress Fanny Ardant.
Affiliated girl name: Euphemia.
Fanny▼ has 41 more related forms via Fannie, Frances: Fancey, Fanchette, Fancie, Fancy, Fanechka, Fanya, Fran▼, France, Francee, Franceline, Francene, Francesca▲, Francess, Francetta, Francette, Francey, Franchesca, Franci, Francia, Francie, Francine▼, Francisca▼, Franciska, Francoise, Francyne, Frania, Franie, Frank▼, Franka, Franki, Frankie▼, Franky, Franni, Frannie, Franny, Fransabella, Fransabelle, Franzetta, Franzi, Franziska and Fronia.Kreatif forms: Fanty, Feny, Fionny. [more]
How popular is Fanny?
Fanny is a very prominent first name for women (#974 out of 4276, Top 23%) and a slightly less prominent last name for both adults and children (#103706 out of 150436, Top 69%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby name popularity of Fanny for girls. Fanny reached its highest position of #230 in the U.S. then, but is not in the list at the moment. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)
Displayed below is an analysis of the usage of the girl name Fanny and affiliated names. Francesca (#426 in 2014), Frances (#602), Frank, Frankie, Fronia, Francisca, Euphemia, Fran, Fannie and Francine are the popular related forms of Fanny. Adoption of these girl names reached its apex during 1880-1889 (usage of 0.3953%) and has become much lower since (usage 0.0884%, down 77.6%), with forms such as Fran, Fannie, Francine, Fanny and Francisca falling out of fashion. Francesca (#426) is the most fashionable birth name among these, with this name having a revival in usage. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)
Fanny▼ is pronounced similarly to Faina, Fauna, Fawna and Fawnya. Other suggested similar baby names are Danny, Faun, Faune, Fawn, Fawne, Hanny, Janny, Lanny, Nanny and Sanny. These names tend to be less commonly used than Fanny.