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pinWhat does Robyn mean?

Robyn /ro-byn/ as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Robyn) has the meaning "bright fame". Robyn is a variant form, with the suffix -yn, of Roberta (Old English, Old German): feminine of Robert. Robyn is also a variation of Robin (Old English, Old German).


Robyn has 5 variants: Robbin, Robene, Robine, Robynn and Robynne.

Robyn has 23 more related forms via Roberta, Robin: Bobbe, Bobby, Bobbye, Bobi, Bobie, Bobina, Bobine, Roba, Robbee, Robbey, Robbi, Robbie, Robby, Robee, Robeena, Robena, Robenia, Robi, Robina, Robinet, Robinia, Robyna and Robynna.

Kreatif forms: Rabyn, Raebyn, Ribyn. [more]

pinHow popular is Robyn?

Robyn is a very prominent first name for females (#392 out of 4276, Top 9%) and also a very prominent last name for all people (#64186 out of 150436, Top 43%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Presented below is the baby name history of Robyn for girls. Robyn entered the list in 1940-1949 and reached its apex position of #189 in the U.S. in the 1970s, but is not in the list currently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Robyn name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Robyn outside U.S.

Robin, Roberta, Robbin, Bobbye, Robbie and Bobby are the popular related forms of Robyn. Other variants, like Robynna, are seldom used. These relations of Robyn reached the apex of their popularity 64 years ago (adoption of 0.51%) and have become significantly less widespread since, with versions such as Robyn falling out of style.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Robyn, Bobby, Bobbye, Robbie, Robbin in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Roberta, Robin in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Robyn outside U.S.

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Robyn is pronounced similarly to Rubine. Other recommended similar baby names are Coryn, Jolyn, Koryn, Loryn, Ravyn, Riayn, Rolyne, Romy, Rory, Roslyn, Rosy, Rowan, Rowen, Roxy, Roya, Rozlyn, Rozy, Ruby and Rubyna. These names tend to be less commonly used than Robyn.