What does Serena mean?
Used by Roman Christians. See also Sirena. Tennis player Serena Williams.
Serena has 1 masculine form: Sereno.Kreatif forms: Serenaz, Seresa. [more]
How popular is Serena?
Serena is a very prominent first name for females (#762 out of 4276, Top 18%) and also a very prominent last name for all people (#26566 out of 150436, Top 18%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the baby name history of Serena for girls. Serena reached its highest position of #209 in the U.S. in 2000, and is at #455 presently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Popular alternative forms of Serena (#455 in recent rankings) rated in the Top 1000 are Serenity (#60 in recent rankings), Serina and Sarina. Other variants, like Syrena, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Serena reached its apex in the year 2002 (average #606) and is almost as conventional today (#628, ▼6%), but with versions such as Serena falling out of style. Serenity is the most contemporarily stylish girl name among these.
Thinking of names?
Serena▼ is alike in pronunciation to Cerrina, Cyrena, Cyrina, Sareena, Sarena, Sarinna, Siriana, Zareena, Zarina, Zorana and Zorina. Other recommended similar baby names are Arena, Berna, Carena, Celena, Cherena, Corena, Deena▼, Delena, Deren, Drena, Erena, Irena, Keena, Keren, Kerena, Kerensa, Kerenza, Lorena▼, Meena, Merna, Merona, Morena, Neena, Regena, Salena, Saran, Sareen, Sarine, Seanna, Sebreena, Sebrina, Seema, Selena▲, Selenia, Sena▼, Seneca, Shareena, Sharen▼, Sharene, Sheena▼, Shena, Shereena, Sherina, Sheron, Sherynn, Sylena, Tarena, Terea, Tereena, Terina, Terrena, Teryna, Tyrena, Varena, Veena, Verbena, Vereena, Verena, Verene, Verina, Verna▼, Verona▼, Veryna and Yelena. These names tend to be less commonly used than Serena.