What does Lianna mean?
Lianna [lian-na] as a girls' name has its roots in Norman and French, and the name Lianna means "to twine around". Lianna is an alternate form of Aileen (Norman): Scottish variation of Eileen. Lianna is also a variation of Liana (French).
(female) Lianie, Lianta, ..
(male) Lianie, Line, .. Middle name pairings:
Lianna Ryann (L.R.), ..
How popular is Lianna?
Lianna is a rare given name for females. Lianna is an equally unique surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the baby name statistics of Lianna for girls. Lianna entered the list in 1990 and reached its highest position of #1083 in the U.S. in 2011, and is at #1212 presently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of the girl name Lianna and associated names. Prominent varying forms of Lianna (#1212 last year) are Aileen (#515 last year), Eileen (#694), Iliana (#904), Leana, Leanna (#763), Leannah, Lena (#272), Liana (#527), Liane, Lianne and Lina (#857). Adoption of these relations of Lianna was at its peak a century ago (average #1291) and is now significantly reduced (#1145, down 56%), with versions such as Eileen becoming less fashionable. Aileen, Iliana and Liana are three of the more trendy baby names among these.
Lianna is pronounced similarly to Lana▲, Lanae, Lanah, Lanna, Lannah, Lannie, Lanny, Leena, Leeona, Leighanna, Lenya, Leona▼, Lewanna, Leyna, Linea, Linnae, Linnaea, Linnea, Lona▼, Lonni, Luana, Luannah, Luannie, Luwana and Lyna. Other suggested similar names are Adanna, Aiyanna, Alanna▲, Alianna▲, Bianca▼, Brianna▼, Chianna, Ciana, Dhanna, Diahna, Diannah, Dionna, Elianna▲, Filanna, Flanna, Hinna, Jeanna, Jianna, Kiana▼, Kianni, Laine, Lavanna, Layne, Leann▼, Leanza, Leianne, Levanna, Libena (see Luba), Lin, Linda▼, Linn, Lizena, Louann, Luann▼, Minna▼, Miyanna, Nanna, Olianna, Osanna, Quianna, Riana, Rionna, Ryanna, Shanna▼, Sienna▲, Teanna, Tianna▼, Viana, Vienna▲ and Zanna. These names tend to be more commonly used than Lianna.