What does Brant mean?
Brant [brant] as a boys' name is pronounced brant. It is of Old English origin. Probably variant of Brent. The English surname Brant is an uncommon variant of Brand. Brant County and Brantford in southern Ontario are named for Joseph Brant, a Mohawk and renowned strategist who fought on the British side during the American Revolution. He was also a devout scholar who translated Christian religious works into his native tongue. Media executive Peter Brant.
Related boy name: Braxton.Creative forms:
(male) Boant, Braant, ..
(female) Brabe, Brara, .. Middle name pairings:
Brant Cory (B.C.), ..
How popular is Brant?
Brant is a somewhat popular first name for men (#914 out of 1220, Top 75%) and an even more popular surname for both adults and children (#3180 out of 150436, Top 2%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Brant was first listed in 1940-1949 and reached its peak position of #573 in the U.S. in the 1970s, and is presently at #1818. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related boy names. Brantley (#121 from recent data), Braxton (#122), Brent (#884), Brenton (#1120), Brandt (#1459), Brently (#1698) and Brando are the prominent alternative forms of Brant (#1818 from recent data) rated in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Brenten, are seldom used. Adoption of these relations of Brant reached its highest 1 year ago (average #1077) and has remained as widespread to this day (#1152, 2% less usage), but with the version Brent becoming somewhat outmoded. Brent has been the most prevalent, although Braxton appears to be getting popular too.
Brant is pronounced similarly to Briant, Bryant▼ and Bryent. Other recommended names are Ban, Bane, Bank, Bart▼, Bat, Bennt, Bent, Bernt, Blane, Brad▼, Bradd, Brady, Brae, Brahm, Brain, Bram, Bramm, Bran, Branch, Branko, Branly, Brann, Branna, Branten, Brantin, Branton, Bravo, Bray, Bren, Brenn, Bret▼, Brett▼, Brian▼, Briano, Brit, Britt, Bron, Bruno, Bryan▼, Bryn, Byran, Durant, Gerant, Grant, Jerant, Lorant and Trent▼. These names tend to be less frequently used than Brant.