What does Granada mean?
Granada [gra-na-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.Kreatif forms:
(female) Granadai, Granara, ..
(male) Granago, Granet, ..
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)
Charted below is the baby name popularity of Granada for girls. Granada has yet to make it into the Top 2000 so far. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Suggested 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.