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Ryana

What does Ryana mean?

Ryana Pronunciation of Ryana [ryana] as a name for girls has the meaning "king". Ryana is a variant form of Ryan (Irish, Gaelic): cross-gender use of the surname.

Associated with: king (queen).

Variations

Ryana has 3 variants: Riana, Rianna and Ryanna.

12 more different relations via Ryan: Rian, Riane, Riann, Rianne, Riayn, Ryane, Ryann, Ryanne, Rye, Ryen, Ryenne and Rynn.

Creative forms:
(female) Neana, Ryanai, ..

(male)

Middle name pairings:
Ryana Egypt (R.E.), ..

How popular is Ryana?

Ryana is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Ryana is an equivalently uncommon surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Prominent variation forms of Ryana (outside Top 2000) rated in the Top 2000 are Rian, Riana, Rianna, Ryan (#474 the previous year), Ryann (#839) and Ryanne. Other forms, like Rianne, are uncommon. Usage of these relations of Ryana reached its most widespread a decade ago (adoption of 0.06%) and is almost as conventional today (adoption 0.05%, 23.6% less), but with the version Rianna becoming less trendy. Ryan has been the recurring favorite, though Ryann has grown trendy as well. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Rian, Riana, Rianna, Ryan, Ryann, Ryanne in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Ryana is alike in pronunciation to Raenah, Rainy, Rana, Ranay, Ranna, Rayanna, Rayna, Rayona, Reina, Renay, Rennae, Reyna, Rheanna, Rhiana, Rhianna, Rhona, Rina, Rionna, Roanna, Rona, Roni, Ronna, Rowena, Royanna and Rrenae. Other recommended names are Amana, Ayana, Ayanna, Bryana, Byna, Ciana, Dana, Dayana, Deana, Duana, Dwana, Dyana, Dyanna, Dyna, Dzana, Edana, Elana, Elyana, Etana, Fyona, Gana, Giana, Hana, Ilana, Ioana, Jeana, Joana, Juana, Kayana, Keana, Lana, Lyna, Lynna, Mayana, Moana, Rafa, Rama, Rayann, Rhyan, Rihana, Rohana, Romana, Rycca, Seana, Shana, Siana, Teana, Thana, Tyana and Tyanna. These names tend to be more commonly used than Ryana.

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