What does Reyna mean?
Reyna /rey-na/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name. Reyna's name origins are Latin, Scandinavian, Israeli and Spanish, and the meaning of the name Reyna is "queen; counsel; song". Reyna is an alternate spelling of Raina (Latin): variation of Regina (Latin). Reyna is also a variation of Rayna (Scandinavian, Israeli). Reyna is also used as a variation of Reina (Spanish).
Reyna▲ has 32 more related variations via Raina, Rayna, Regina, Reina: Gina▼, Raene, Raine, Rainelle, Raleine, Raya, Rayann, Rayette, Rayleine, Raylene, Raylina, Rayline, Rayne, Raynelle, Raynetta, Regan▼, Regeena, Regena, Reggi, Reggie, Regine, Reginette, Reginia, Reginna, Reine, Reinella, Reinelle, Reinetta, Reinette, Rejine, Reynalda and Reynelle.Kreatif forms: Reyra, Reyta. [more]
How popular is Reyna?
Reyna is a very prominent first name for women (#972 out of 4276, Top 23%) and also a very prominent last name for all people (#1181 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name popularity of Reyna for girls. Reyna entered the list in 1980-1989 and reached its highest position of #567 in the U.S. in 1997, and is at #718 currently. (Top 1000 Baby Names Statistics, 2014)
Popular varying forms of Reyna (#718 the previous year) are Regina (#525 the previous year), Rayna (#836), Reina (#934), Raina (#960), Rayne, Gina and Regan. Adoption of these girl names reached its highest in the year 2001 (usage of 0.3154%) and has become much less since (usage 0.1284%, down 59.3%), with the forms Regan, Raina, Gina and Regina becoming less stylish. Reyna (#718) is the most fashionable birth name here. Displayed below is an analysis of the popularity of Reyna and associated names. (Top 1000 Baby Names Statistics, 2014)
Reyna▲ is pronounced similarly to Rana, Ranna, Rayana, Rayona, Reanna▼, Reena, Rena▼, Renae▼, Renay, Rene▼, Rennae, Rennay, Renny, Rhona, Riana, Roana, Rona, Ronna and Ryana. Other suggested similar baby names are Leyna, Rayma, Reene, Renne, Reya, Reyba, Rynn and Teyna. These names tend to be less frequently used than Reyna.