What does Winny mean?
Winny [win-ny] as a girls' name. Winny's root is Welsh, and the name Winny means "fair and smooth; white, fair; fair, pure". Winny is an alternate form of Guinevere (Welsh). Winny is also a derivative of Gwyneth (Welsh): from the Welsh district name Gwynedd. Winny is also used as a variation of Wynne (Welsh).
(female) Winna, Winy, ..
(male) Winer, Winte, ..
How popular is Winny?
Winny is a rare given name for women. Winny is also a rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Prominent variation forms of Winny (outside Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000 are Genna, Guinevere (#1408 via latest list), Gwyneth (#1058), Jenni, Jenny (#822), Wendy (#782) and Winnie (#1417). Other variants, like Winne, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Winny reached its peak 4 decades ago (median #1294) and is now significantly diminished (#1355, down 92.5%). Shown below is an analysis of the popularity of the girl name Winny and corresponding names. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Winny is alike in pronunciation to Aina, Ainah, Anna▼, Anni, Anny, Eanna, Einaye, Ennya, Ianna, Unna, Wahnna, Wanna, Wina, Yanna and Yionna. Other recommended names are Benny, Binny, Blinny, Bonny, Bunny, Cinny, Conny, Danny, Denny, Dinny, Donny, Fanny▼, Ginny, Hanny, Janny, Jinny, Konny, Lanny, Minny, Nanny, Penny▼, Renny, Ronny, Sanny, Signy, Sinny, Sunny, Tiny, Vinny, Wandy, Whitny (see Whitney), Willy, Wilna, Windy and Winona▼. These names tend to be more commonly used than Winny.