What does Laureen mean?
Associated with: bay (tree).
Laureen has 18 more relations via Laura: Larea, Lauralee, Laurana, Laure, Laurel, Laurella, Laurena, Laurence, Lauretha, Lauretta▼, Laurette, Lauri▼, Laurice, Laurie▼, Laurina, Laurita, Laurnea and Loree.Creative forms:
(female) Lereen, Lireen, ..
(male) Lauan, Laulyn, .. Middle name pairings:
Laureen Marley (L.M.), ..
How popular is Laureen?
Laureen is a very prominent first name for women (#1484 out of 4276, Top 35%) but an unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Laureen entered the list in 1930-1939 and reached its apex position of #616 in the U.S. in the 1950s, but is not in the Top 1000 currently. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Lauren (#119 via latest list), Laura (#322), Laurel (#772), Loren (#1891), Laurine, Laurie, Loree, Laurice, Lorene, Lorine, Loreen, Lauretta, Laure, Lauralee, Laurena, Laurence, Laurette, Laurene and Lauri are the popular variation forms of Laureen rated in the Top 2000. Usage of these forms of Laureen was common in 1990 (average #1586) and has become much diminished since (#1755, 89% less usage), with versions such as Laura becoming somewhat outmoded.
Laureen is pronounced similarly to Laraene, Lareine, Laren, Larren, Larryn, Larrynn, Laryn, Laurenne, Laurin, Lauryn▼, Laurynn, Loreene, Lorenn, Lorren and Lowrenn. Other suggested similar names are Caileen, Caleen, Careen, Carlen, Carmen, Carreen, Carwen, Catreen, Cayleen, Claireen, Dareen, Daveen, Doreen▼, Dorreen, Eireen, Faeleen, Fanceen (see Fanny), Gayleen, Harleen, Ireen, Jayleen▲, Kamren, Kareen, Karmen, Kayleen, Koreen, L'Wren, Laree, Lareina, Larena, Larreina, Larsen, Latreese, Laurelei, Laurelie, Laurell, Laurelle, Lauriel, Lurleen, Lurlene, Mareen, Margeen, Marlen, Marrlen, Maureen▼, Naydeen, Nureen, Pauleen, Raeleen, Rayleen, Sabreen, Sareen, Sasheen, Shireen, Taleen, Taren, Tarren, Treen, Yasmeen and Zareen. These names tend to be less frequently used than Laureen.See names in meaning and etymology.