What does Pain mean?
Associated with: peasant (farmer).
Pain has 1 variant: Payne.Kreatif forms:
(male) Pane, Pein, ..
(female) Paini, Pana, ..
How popular is Pain?
Pain is an unusual given name for men but a very prominent surname for all people (#35387 out of 150436, Top 24%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related boy names. Displayed below is an analysis of the statistics of Pain and related names. Payne is the only prominent variation form of Pain (unlisted) rated in the Top 2000. Adoption of this relation of Pain was common among parents 15 years ago. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Pain is alike in pronunciation to Pen and Penn. Other suggested similar names are Aarin, Alin, Amin, Bain, Cain▲, Crain, Dain, Darin▼, Davin, Eadin, Edin, Eoin, Erin▼, Evin, Ewin, Fagin, Fain, Farin, Fin, Galin, Garin, Gavin, Glin, Gwin, Havin, Hazin, Iain, Jabin, Jamin, Jasin, Kadin▼, Kain, Larin, Lin, Malin, Nalin, Odin▲, Olin▼, Orin, Pace, Paco, Paden, Page, Paice, Paige, Pal, Pali, Pall, Par, Paris▼, Parkin, Parr, Pat▼, Paten, Patin, Paton, Pats, Paxon, Paz, Phil▼, Pink▼, Pino, Pio, Prinz, Quin, Rain, Sabin, Savin, Swain, Talin, Wain, Win and Zain▲. These names tend to be more commonly used than Pain.See names in meaning and etymology.