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pinWhat does Shannah mean?

Shannah /shan-nah/ as a name for girls. Shannah's name origin is Hebrew, and the meaning of the name Shannah is "lily, rose". Shannah is a variant form of Shana (Hebrew): short variant of Shoshana, Shannon. Shanno is a conventional last name.


Shannah has 3 variants: Shanah, Shania and Shanna.

Shannah has 5 more relations via Shana, Shoshana: Shan, Shanda, Shandi, Sosanna and Sosannah.

Kreatif forms: Shanni. [more]

pinHow popular is Shannah?

Shannah is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Shannah is an unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Below is a graphed comparison of the popularity of Shannah and corresponding names. Shanna, Shania, Shanda and Shana are the prominent related forms of Shannah (not ranked) listed in the Top 1000. Other variants, like Shandi, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Shannah was at its apex 4 decades ago (usage of 0.49%) and is now significantly lower, with forms such as Shanda falling out of fashion. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Shana, Shanda, Shania, Shanna in U.S.

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

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Shannah is pronounced similarly to Chaanah, Chania, Chaniyah, Channah, Shaena, Shanae, Shannae, Shaunna, Shawnae, Shawney, Shawni, Shawnie, Shawnna, Shayana, Shayna, Sheena, Shena, Shianna, Shiona, Shionagh, Shona, Shonagh, Shonah, Shuna and Shyanna. Other recommended similar baby names are Chaninah, Channach, Dannah, Dhanna, Diannah, Ioannah, Jannah, Johannah, Reannah, Sana, Sanna, Sannah, Sannie, Sanny, Savannah, Seana, Seanna, Shahnaz, Shaine, Shalvah, Shan-, Shane, Shannan, Shannen, Shannin, Shannon, Shannyn, Shanta, Shantae, Shantahl, Shantai, Shantal, Shantay, Shastah, Shaun, Shayan, Shaylah, Shayne, Shyann, Shyanne, Siana, Sianna, Sienna, Suanny, Sueanna, Susannah, Suzannah, Swannie, Swanny and Yoannah. These names tend to be more frequently used than Shannah.