What does Ewan mean?
Ewan [ewan] as a boys' name is pronounced YOO-an. It is of Scottish and Gaelic origin, and the meaning of Ewan is "born of yew; youth".
(male) Euewan, Ezan, ..
(female) Ewana, Ewena, ..
How popular is Ewan?
Ewan is an uncommon given name for men but a very popular surname for both adults and children (#23346 out of 150436, Top 16%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the baby name history of Ewan for boys. Ewan entered the list in 2002 and reached its highest position of #1099 in the U.S. in the year 2013, and is at #1174 presently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Prominent variation forms of Ewan (#1174 from recent data) are John (#26 from recent data), Owen (#36), Evan (#58), Kian (#494), Van (#773), Eugene (#790), Keon (#1125), Evin, Euan, Eva, Evans, Eoghan and Ewing. Other variants, like Ewy, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Ewan was widespread a century ago (adoption of 8.66%) and has become much less since (adoption 1.46%, ▼83.1%). John is more familiar than the rest, though Owen has grown popular as well over time, while forms like John are now less popular.
Ewan is pronounced similarly to Ean▲, Eann, Eian, Eion, Enne, Eoin, Eon, Ewin, Ewynn, Iain, Ian▲, Ieuan, Ion, Iwan, Juan, Owain, Owin, Owynn, Wain, Wayn, Win, Winn, Wyn, Wynn and Yann. Other recommended names are Aman, Ban, Cian, Cowan, Dean, Doan, Eban, Edan, Edin, Ednan, Edwin▼, Edyn, Efran, Egan, Egann (see Egan), Eilan, Ekon, Elam, Elan, Elkan, Elon, Elwin▼, Elwyn, Eman, Eran, Erman, Ernan, Eron, Erwin▼, Erwyn, Esau, Etan, Ethan▲, Eton, Eunan, Eward, Ezar, Fran, Gyan, Han, Ifan, Juwan▼, Khan, Rian, Rowan▲, Ryan▼, Shan, Stan▼, Twan and Xan. These names tend to be more commonly used than Ewan.