What does Auburn mean?
(male) Alburn, Asburn, ..
(female) Middle name pairings:
Auburn Linus (A.L.), ..
How popular is Auburn?
Auburn is an uncommonly occurring given name for males but a somewhat prominent surname for both adults and children (#96033 out of 150436, Top 64%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Auburn was first listed in 1890-1899 and reached its highest position of #1941 in the U.S. then, but is not in the list at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Similar NamesRecommended names are Abert, Abir, Abiri, Abran, Ahearn, Ahern, Akbar, Albain, Alban, Albaro, Alben, Albern, Albert▼, Albin▼, Albion, Albyn, Aluin, Alun, Alvern, Amaury, Aneurin, Ankur, Antuan, Antun, Arjun▲, Arn, Artur, Arturo, Arun, Asbjorn, Ashburn, Ashur, Auban, Aubary, Aube, Auben, Auberon, Auberron, Aubert, Aubery (see Aubrey), Aubin, Aubrey▼, Aubry, Aubury, Auden, August, Aundre, Auron, Austen▼, Austin▼, Austyn, Autry, Azur, Bourn, Burn, Coburn, Colburn, Esbern, Luvern, Melburn, Milburn, Osborn, Osbourn, Osburn, Radburn, Raeburn, Rayburn, Sanburn, Welburn and Wilburn▼. These names tend to be more frequently used than Auburn.See names in meaning and etymology.