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What does Gwendolene mean?

Gwendolene Pronunciation of Gwendolene as a name for girls is a Welsh name, and the meaning of Gwendolene is "fair bow; blessed ring". Gwendolene is a variant form of Gwendolen (Welsh).


ASSOCIATED WITH fair (beautiful), blessed


VARIANTS Gwyndolyn, Gwenndolyn, Gwendolynne, Gwendolynn, Gwendolyne, Gwendolyn, Gwendoline, Gwendolin, Gwendalyn, Gwendaline, Guendolynn, Guendolinn, Guendolin, Guendolen



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How popular is Gwendolene?

Gwendolene is a rare first name for females. Gwendolene is an equally unique surname for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Gwendolyn (#401 THE PREVIOUS YEAR) is the only prominent alternative form of Gwendolene (NOT IN TOP 2000) listed in the Top 2000. This relation of Gwendolene was at the peak of its popularity 66 years ago (ADOPTION OF 0.12%) and has become much less common since (ADOPTION 0.04%, DOWN 66%). (2016 BIRTH STATISTICS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Gwendolyn in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Gwendolene and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended sound-alike names are Adalene, Adilene, Andrene, Blondene, Brendolyn, Celene, Cendrine, Cherrylene, Colene, Delene, Dellene, Evelene, Gaylene, Geneve, Geneveeve, Genevieve, Genivee, Genovera, Genoveva, Georgene, Geraldene, Gerdene (see Geraldine), Gerdine, Gleneen, Glenene, Glenne, Glennene (see Glenna), Gregorine (see Gregoria), Guenevere, Guennola, Gwenda, Gweneth, Gwenette, Gwenevere, Gweniver, Gwenllian, Gwenn, Gwenna, Gwenness (see Gwyneth), Gwenneth, Gwenni, Gwennie, Gwennola (see Guinevere), Gwennore (see Guinevere), Gwenny, Gwenora, Gwenore, Gwinne, Gwynne, Hellene, Jenene, Jerilene, Jewelene, Jolene, Kaelene, Madalene, Madelene, Magdalene, Mandaline, Mandoline, Mandolynne, Melene, Nellene, Nicolene, Nikolene, Noelene, Nolene, Roelene, Rolene, Selene, Sherrylene (see Cherilyn), Undene, Wendaline, Wendeline and Zelene. These names tend to be more frequently used than Gwendolene.

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