What does Lorin mean?
Lorin /lor-in/ as a boys' name (also used as girls' name Lorin). Lorin's name origin is Latin, and the meaning of the name Lorin is "from Laurentum". Lorin is an alternate form of Lawrence (Latin) with the prefix Lo-. Lorin is also a variant of Loren (English, Latin).
Lorin has 20 more related forms via Lawrence, Loren: Laranz, Larenz, Larry▼, Lars, Laurie, Lawrie, Lon▼, Lonny, Lorance, Lorant, Lorenc, Lorence, Lorencz, Lorens, Lorentz, Lorenz, Lorenzo▲, Loritz, Lorrenz and Lorry.Kreatif forms:
(male) Lorinne, Lotin, ..
(female) Loric, Lorinna, ..
How popular is Lorin?
Lorin is an unusual given name for men but a somewhat prominent surname for all people (#105905 out of 150436, Top 70%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the birth name statistics of Lorin for boys. Lorin reached its apex position of #813 in the U.S. during the years 1940-1949, but is not in the list at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Larry (#510 via latest list), Lars (#1822), Lauren, Laurie, Lawrence (#462), Lon, Lonny, Loran, Loren (#1921), Lorenz and Lorenzo (#227) are the prominent related forms of Lorin. Other forms, like Lorry, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Lorin was at its most widespread 74 years ago (usage of 2.35%) and has become significantly diminished since (usage 0.16%, ▼93%), with forms like Loren becoming less trendy. Lorenzo is the most contemporarily stylish boy name among these.
Lorin is alike in pronunciation to Laren, Larin, Laron, Larran, Larren, Larrin, Larron, Laurian, Leeron, Leron, Lerone and Lyron. Other recommended names are Aarin, Adrin, Arin, Arrin, Bodin, Bordin, Bowin, Colin, Corbin▲, Corin, Corrin, Corvin, Corwin, Darin▼, Dorrin, Eoin, Erin▼, Farin, Garin, Godin, Gorin, Gorrin, Herin, Jarin, Jovin, Korbin▲, Korin, Korrin, Larie, Larkin, Levin, Lin, Liron, Logan▲, Logen, Loki, Loman, Lonn, Lorcan, Lord, Loreno, Lorent, Loring, Lorn, Lorne, Lorring, Louie▼, Louis▼, Morfin, Nolin, Norvin, Norwin, Orin, Orrin▼, Robin▼, Tarin, Thorin, Tobin, Torin and Torrin. These names tend to be more commonly used than Lorin.