What does Corin mean?
From Quirinus, possibly derived from the Sabine word "quiris" meaning "spear". Quirinus was an early Sabine and Roman god of war associated with Romulus, one of the legendary co-founders of Rome, who was later identified with Mars. Name of several saints. In the English-speaking world, it is also regarded as the male form of Corinna. Actor Corin Redgrave.
(male) Coran, Cowin, ..
(female) Coran, Coris, ..
How popular is Corin?
Corin is a rare first name for males but a somewhat popular last name for all people (#77472 out of 150436, Top 51%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the birth name history of Corin for boys. Corin has yet to be ranked in the Top 2000 thus far. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Corin is pronounced similarly to Caron, Carwyn, Corwan, Corwin, Corwinn, Corwyn, Corwynn, Curran, Kerwin, Kiran, Kyran and Kyron. Other suggested similar names are Aarin, Adrin, Arin, Arrin, Bodin, Bordin, Bowin, Cain▲, Cardin, Carlin, Carmin, Ceri, Chris▼, Ciril, Cobi, Cobie, Codie▼, Colin, Colis, Collin, Colwin, Colyn, Conan, Conlin, Conn, Cor, Corbin▲, Corbit, Corby, Corbyn, Coree (see Corey), Corey▼, Coridon (see Corydon), Corie, Cork, Cormic, Cort, Corty, Corvin, Cowan, Cowrie, Coyan, Crain, Cris, Cyril▼, Dorrin, Eoin, Farin, Garin, Godin, Gorin, Jarin, Larin, Lorin, Lorrin, Morfin, Nolin, Norwin, Robin▼, Tarin, Thorin, Torin and Torrin. These names tend to be more frequently used than Corin.