What does Genny mean?
Genny [gen-ny] as a name for girls is of French, English, Latin and Welsh origin, and the name Genny means "virgin; fair and smooth". Genny is a variant form, with the suffix -y, of Genevieve (French): possibly means "people, tribe, woman". Genny is also a form of Genna (English): rhyming version of Jenna. Genny is also used as a form of Ginny (Latin), Guinevere (Welsh) and Jennifer (Welsh).
Genny has 28 more related forms via Genevieve, Genna, Ginny, Guinevere, Jennifer: Gaenna, Geneva▼, Geneve, Guenna, Guinna, Gwen, Gwenn, Gwennie, Gwenny, Gwyn, Gwynn, Gwynna, Gwynne, Jen, Jena▼, Jeni, Jenn, Jenna▼, Jenne, Jennee, Jenney, Jenni, Jennie▼, Jenny▼, Jinny, Wendy▼, Winne and Winny.Kreatif forms:
(female) Gennye, Gerny, ..
(male) Genah, Genno, ..
How popular is Genny?
Genny is a somewhat popular first name for women (#3326 out of 4276, Top 78%) but a rare surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Gena, Geneva (#1378 from recent data), Genevieve (#210), Genna, Gennie, Gina (#1462), Ginny, Guinevere (#1408), Gwen (#957), Gwenn, Gwyn, Gwynne, Jena, Jeni, Jenna (#266), Jenni, Jennie, Jennifer (#220), Jenny (#822) and Wendy (#782) are the prominent related forms of Genny (outside Top 2000) listed in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Gwynn, are uncommon. These relations of Genny reached the top of their popularity during 1970-1979 (usage of 5.3%) and have become significantly less conventional since (usage 0.3%, ▼94%). Below is a graphed comparison of the history of Genny and corresponding names. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Genny is alike in pronunciation to Geena, Geenya, Genia, Genie, Genya, Geonna, Ginna, Ginni, Ginya, Gionna, Janay, Janey, Janny, Jeanna, Jeena, Jenae, Jenai, Jenee, Jenie, Jennae, Jennah, Jennay, Jinni, Jonay and Jonni. Other recommended names are Anny, Benny, Berny, Binny, Bonny, Bunny, Cinny, Conny, Danny, Denny, Dinny, Donny, Fanny▼, Geina, Gene▼, Gerry▼, Gerty, Glenn, Glenna▼, Glenne, Glennys, Gunna, Gunne, Gwenna, Gwenni, Hanny, Konny, Lanny, Minny, Nanny, Penny▼, Peony, Renny, Ronny, Sanny, Sinny, Sunny and Vinny. These names tend to be less commonly used than Genny.