What does Granada mean?
Granada [grana-da] as a girls' name. Spanish place name. Granada was a Moorish kingdom in Spain from the 700s until 1492. The capital city, also called Granada, is home to the famous Moorish fortress the Alhambra.
Granada has 3 variants: Granadda, Grenada and Grenadda.Creative forms:
(female) Granadai, Granara, ..
(male) Granago, Granet, .. Middle name pairings:
Granada Anais (G.A.), ..
How popular is Granada?
Granada is an uncommon given name for females but a very popular surname for all people (#29261 out of 150436, Top 19%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Granada has yet to make it into the Top 2000 so far. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Amanda▼, Ananda, Armanda, Arnalda, Blanda, Branda, Breanda, Brenda▼, Brennda (see Brenda), Brianda, Brinda, Brynda, Canada, Canda, Caranda, Chanda▼, Deanda, Dianda, Frayda, Freada, Gada, Gaiana, Gana, Ganah, Genara, Genaya, Geralda, Gerarda, Ghazala, Giana, Gianina, Gianna, Ginara, Giralda, Glenda▼, Glennda, Glinda, Glynda, Gracia, Graciana, Gracija, Gracina, Grainnia, Granata, Grania, Granya, Grata, Gratia, Gratiana, Grazina, Grazyna, Grenata, Grenatta, Gwenda, Gwynda, Leanda, Luanda, Manda▼, Maranda▼, Masada, Meranda, Miranda▼, Myranda▼, Naiada (see Naida), Nanda, Orinda, Orlanda, Randa, Sanda, Shanda▼, Vanda, Vannda (see Vanda), Wanda▼, Wannda (see Wanda) and Zanda. These names tend to be more frequently used than Granada.See names in meaning and etymology.