What does Milan mean?
Also nickname for Aemilianus. Usage in European languages is derived from Emiliano, a Latin family name from ancient Rome meaning "eager, laborious" or "rival". In Hindi it is derived from a Sanskrit expression meaning "a coming together". The northern Italian city of Milan takes its name from a Celtic word meaning "mid-plain".
Related boy name: Miles.
(male) Melan, Midan, ..
(female) Milania, Milanne, ..
How popular is Milan?
Milan is a somewhat popular first name for males (#1106 out of 1220, Top 91%) and an even more popular surname for both adults and children (#5960 out of 150436, Top 4%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the baby name history of Milan for boys. Milan reached its peak rank of #411 in the U.S. in 2014. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Prominent varying forms of Milan (#411 from current records) are Emiliano (#254 from current records) and Miles (#108). These relations of Milan were at the peak of their popularity in 2014 (average #257). Emiliano, Milan and Miles are three of the more trendy boy names among these.
Milan▲ is alike in pronunciation to Mahlon, Malin, Mallen, Mallin, Mallon, Mellan, Mellen, Mellin, Mellon, Melwin, Melwyn and Millen. Other suggested similar names are Aidan▼, Ailean, Aitan, Allan▼, Arlan, Aslan, Calan, Colan, Dalan, Dilan▲, Dillan, Dolan, Dylan, Eian, Eidan, Eilan, Eilean, Eilian, Eitan, Elan, Felan, Fillan, Finan, Galan, Gian, Gilean, Gilian, Gillan, Gilman, Ilan, Jalan, Jian, Jivan, Kalan, Keilan, Kelan, Kian▲, Kiean, Kilean, Kiran, Kylan▲, Man, Marlan, Meldan, Micah▲, Midian, Mihai, Mikal, Milbank, Millar, Mills, Milt, Milten (see Milton), Miltin (see Milton), Miron, Neilan, Nisan, Orlan, Rian, Rylan, Silvan, Tilman and Wylan. These names tend to be less frequently used than Milan.