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".
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 reached its highest position of #83 in England in the year 2002, but is not found in the list at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2013)
Prominent variation forms of Ewan are John (#26 from recent data), Owen (#36), Evan (#58), Kian (#494), Van (#773), Eugene (#790), Keon, Euan, Eva, Evans, Eoghan and Ewing. Other variants, like Eugen, are seldom used. Adoption of these relations of Ewan was widespread during the years 1890-1899 (adoption of 0.349%) and is almost as widespread today (adoption 0.294%, ▼15.8%). John is more familiar than the rest, though Kian has grown popular as well over time, while Keon, Eugene, Evans and Van are now less popular.
Thinking of names?
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 similar baby names are Aman, Ban, Cian, Cowan, Dean▲, Doan, Eban, Edan, Edin, Ednan, Edwin▼, Edyn, Efran, Egan, Egann, 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.