What does Raynor mean?
Raynor /ray-nor/ as a boys' name is pronounced RAY-ner. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Raynor is "deciding warrior". Anglicized version of Ragnar, an ancient personal name, and a version of Rainer.
(male) Radnor, Raynorre, ..
(female) Raynorre, Raynorro, ..
How popular is Raynor?
Raynor is an uncommon first name for men but a very popular surname for all people (#4366 out of 150436, Top 3%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is a comparison of the history of the boy name Raynor and related names. Ray (#733 via latest list) is the only prominent related form of Raynor (outside Top 2000) listed in the Top 2000. This relation of Raynor was favored as a birth name 124 years ago (usage of 0.33%) and is now significantly less conventional (usage 0.02%, down 95%). (2014 Birth Statistics)
Suggested similar names are Abnor, Baldor, Baylor▲, Brynmor, Conor, Dayner, Gainor, Gaylor, Gayner, Gaynnor (see Gaynor), Gaynor, Grygor, Gwynfor, Halvor, Konnor▲, Kylor, Larmor (see Larrimore), Lawlor, Major▲, Marinor (see Marriner), Maynor, Mayor, Mazor, Menor, Minor▼, Mynor, Nailor, Naylor, Nazor, Radborn (see Radburn), Radford, Radnor, Rain, Rainart, Raines, Rainger, Ramon▼, Ramos, Rance, Rand, Randi, Randl (see Randall), Randy▼, Ransom, Rashod, Rayborn, Rayburn, Rayce, Rayder, Raydon, Rayford, Rayman, Raymon▼, Raymond▼, Raynard, Raynes, Rayniero, Rayven, Reno, Reyni, Reynold, Ryder▲, Ryker▲, Ryne▼, Ryon, Taibor, Talor, Tavor, Taybor, Taylor▼, Tylor▼, Wynfor, Zahoor, Zailor (see Taylor) and Zaylor. These names tend to be more frequently used than Raynor.