What does Gwynne mean?
Gwynne /gw-yn-ne/ as a girls' name is of Welsh origin, and Gwynne means "fair and smooth; fair bow; blessed ring; white, fair; fair, white, blessed, holy". Gwynne is a variant form of Guinevere (Welsh) with the prefix Gw-. Gwynne is also a form of Gwendolen (Welsh). Gwynne is also used as a form of Gwyneth (Welsh) and Gwyn (Welsh).
Gwynne has 25 more different relations via Guinevere, Gwendolen, Gwyneth, Gwyn: Gaenna, Gaynor, Genna, Gennie, Genny, Guenna, Guinna, Gwenda, Gwenna, Gwenness, Gwenneth, Gwenni, Gwennie, Gwennore, Gwenny, Gwenore, Gwinna, Gwinneth, Gwynedd, Gwynith, Gwynna, Gwynneth, Winne, Wynne and Wynnie.Kreatif forms: Gaene, Gaeynne, Gaynne. [more]
How popular is Gwynne?
Gwynne is an unusual given name for women but a very prominent surname for all people (#41130 out of 150436, Top 27%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is an analysis of the statistics of Gwynne and related names. Gwen (#957 the previous year) and Gwyneth are the prominent variation forms of Gwynne (outside Top 1000) appearing in the Top 1000. These relations of Gwynne were at the apex of their popularity during the years 1950-1959 (adoption of 0.338%) and are somewhat less widespread today (adoption 0.022%, ▼94%), with the form Gwen becoming less trendy. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Thinking of names?
Gwynne is alike in pronunciation to Gunne. Other suggested similar baby names are Aerynne, Alwyne, Alyne, Alynne, Anne▼, Arinne, Aryane, Bonne, Brenne, Brynne, Carynne, Chyanne, Corynne, Danne, Dayanne, Dayne, Deanne▼, Deonne, Dwayne, Dyanne, Edwynne, Emlynne, Gaye▼, Gayle▼, Gayline, Gaylle, Gayna, Gayner, Genae, Gene▼, Genie▼, Genni, Geonna, Gianna▲, Ginna, Ginnee, Ginni, Ginnie, Ginny, Gionna, Gitane, Glenene, Glenine, Glenn, Glenna▼, Glenne, Glennie▼, Glyn, Glynae, Glynn, Grainne, Gunna, Gwynda, Ivonne▼, Janne, Jayne▼, Jeanne▼, Jenne, Kerynne, Leanne▼, Luanne▼, Lynne▼, Olwynne, Osanne, Rayne, Renne, Rianne, Roanne, Ryane, Shyanne▼, Tianne, Ysanne, Yvonne▼ and Zanne. These names tend to be more commonly used than Gwynne.