What does Raynar mean?
Raynar /ray-nar/ as a boys' name is of Old German derivation, and the name Raynar means "deciding warrior". Raynar is a variant form of Raynor (Old German): anglicized form of Ragnar. Rahner is a familiar surname.
How popular is Raynar?
Raynar is an uncommon given name for men. Raynar is an equivalently rare surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
The only prominent varying form of Raynar (outside Top 1000) appearing in the Top 1000 is Ray (#733 the previous year). This form of Raynar was favored as a baby name in the 1890s (usage of 0.95%) and has become significantly less common since (usage 0.27%, 71.7% less), with Ray falling out of style. Below is a charted analysis of the history of the boy name Raynar and associated names. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Thinking of names?
Raynar is alike in pronunciation to Ranier, Raynier and Reiner. Other suggested similar baby names are Abnar, Barbar, Baumar, Cadmar, Caezar, Casar, Danar, Daynard, Dayner, Einar▼, Fajar, Farrar, Garnar, Gayner, Gaynor, Gunnar▲, Haidar, Hammar, Haydar, Inar, Jabar, Jafar, Jaffar, Jamar▼, Jayar, Kadar, Lavar, Lazar, Lazear, Maynard▼, Maynor, Palmar, Racham, Radnor, Rafa, Rafal, Ragnor, Rain, Rainart, Raja, Rajan, Rama, Ramsay, Ranald, Rance, Randal▼, Randi, Randl, Range, Rayborn, Rayce, Rayder, Rayford▼, Rayman, Raynald, Raynaldo, Raynard, Raynes, Rayniero, Rayven, Renat, Reynald, Reynard, Riyad, Royal▲, Roydan, Ryan▲, Ryder▲, Ryker▲, Rylan▲, Ryne▼ and Sachar. These names tend to be more frequently used than Raynar.