What does Koreen mean?
Koreen /ko-reen/ as a name for girls. Koreen's root is Greek, and the name Koreen means "maiden". Koreen is an alternate form of Cora (Greek): probably a transcription of Kore. Koreen is also a variant of Corinna (Greek). Koreen is also used as a variant of Corinne (Greek) and Kora (Greek).
Koreen has 39 variants: Carine, Carinne, Carrine, Carynne, Coreen, Corene▼, Corenne, Corin, Corine▼, Corinn, Correen, Correne, Corrianne, Corrienne, Corrin, Corrine▼, Corrinn, Corrinne, Corryn, Corryne, Coryn, Corynn, Corynne, Kareen, Karene, Karine, Karinne, Karrine, Karyne, Kerrine, Koren, Korine, Korinne, Korrin, Korrine, Korrinne, Koryn, Koryne and Korynne.
Koreen has 29 more different relations via Cora, Corinna, Corinne, Kora: Coreana, Coree, Corena, Corey▼, Corie, Corlene, Correna, Correy, Kareena, Karena, Karenna, Karrena, Koral, Kore, Koree, Koreena, Korella, Korena, Korenda, Koressa, Koretta, Korette, Korey, Korina, Korinna, Korrie, Korrina, Korry and Korynna.Kreatif forms: Kereen, Koreenni. [more]
How popular is Koreen?
Koreen is a rare first name for females but a somewhat popular last name for both adults and children (#147095 out of 150436, Top 98%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Popular varying forms of Koreen (outside Top 1000) are Cora (#103 2 years ago), Corene, Corey, Corine, Corinna, Corinne (#727), Corrine and Kora (#691). Adoption of these forms of Koreen was well-received among parents during the years 1920-1929 (average #636) and is somewhat less today (#815, ▼49.2%), with the versions Corene, Corey, Corine, Corinne and Corrine falling out of fashion. Cora has generally been popular among parents, although Kora seems to be becoming a favorite too. Displayed below is a comparison of the popularity of the girl name Koreen and affiliated names. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)
Koreen is pronounced similarly to Careen, Coreene, Coren, Karen▼, Karren, Keren, Korin and Korynn. Other suggested similar baby names are Doreen▼, Kyreena, Loreen, Moreen, Noreen▼ and Zoreen. These names tend to be more commonly used than Koreen.