What does Shawnda mean?
Shawnda [shawn-da] as a girls' name is an Old French name, and the name Shawnda means "stone; God's grace". Shawnda is an alternate spelling of Chantal (Old French): from "cantal". Shawnda is also a derivative of Shawna (English, Irish, Gaelic): feminine form of Sean.
Shawnda has 36 more different relations via Chantal, Shawna: Chandal, Chanta, Chaunta, Chonda, Seana, Seanna, Shana▼, Shanna▼, Shantae, Shantal, Shantay, Shaun, Shauna▼, Shaunah, Shaunee, Shaunie, Shaunna, Shaunta, Shauntay, Shaunte, Shawnae, Shawnah, Shawnee, Shawneen, Shawni, Shawnice, Shawnna, Shawnta, Shawntae, Shawntay, Shawnte, Shawntel, Shonna, Shonta, Siana and Sianna.Creative forms:
(female) Shawwnda, Shaywnda, ..
(male) Shaing, Shanett, .. Middle name pairings:
Shawnda Leilah (S.L.), ..
How popular is Shawnda?
Shawnda is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#2380 out of 4276, Top 56%) but an unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shawnda was first listed in 1960-1969 and reached its peak rank of #1040 in the U.S. in the 1970s, but is not listed at the moment. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Shawnee, Shawna, Shaunte, Shawnna, Shawnta, Shonta, Shonna, Shonda, Shawnte, Shaunta, Shaunna, Shanna, Shanda, Shana, Seanna, Shantae, Shantal, Shaunda, Shauna, Shaun and Chantal are the popular variation forms of Shawnda listed in the Top 2000. Usage of these relations of Shawnda reached its apex during 1970-1979 (median #1224), but now, versions such as Shana have become somewhat outmoded.
Shawnda is pronounced similarly to Chanda▼, Chandy, Shandea, Shandee, Shandey, Shandeya, Shandi, Shandie and Shandy. Other suggested similar names are Sanda, Sande, Sandi▼, Sandy▼, Sanndi (see Sandy), Santa, Shaena, Shaina▼, Shalonda, Shandra, Shanea, Shania▼, Shanit, Shanita, Shannea, Shanta, Shantai, Shante▼, Shanti, Sharonda, Shauntae, Shavonda, Shawney, Shawnie, Shayda, Shayna▼ and Synda. These names tend to be less frequently used than Shawnda.See names in meaning and etymology.