What does Ryen mean?
Ryen [ryen] as a boys' name (also used as girls' name Ryen) has its root in Gaelic, and the name Ryen means "king". Ryen is a variant form, with the suffix -en, of Ryan (Gaelic): also possibly (Gaelic) "water".
(male) Ruen, Ryuen, ..
(female) Ryel, Ryenna, .. Middle name pairings:
Ryen Draven (R.D.), ..
How popular is Ryen?
Ryen is a rare first name for males but a very popular surname for all people (#47575 out of 150436, Top 32%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related boy names. Displayed below is a study of the popularity of the boy name Ryen and associated names. Ryan (#39 last year), Rian (#1396), Ryon and Ryne are the prominent alternative forms of Ryen (unlisted). These forms of Ryen were popular as baby names 25 years ago (average #928) and have become significantly less widespread since (#1358, ▼69%), with versions such as Ryne becoming somewhat outmoded. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Ryen is pronounced similarly to Rain, Raine, Rane, Rayne, Ren, Renne, Roan, Roane, Ron▼, Ronn, Roone, Rowan▲, Rowen▲, Royan and Rune. Other suggested similar names are Aden, Alen, Aren, Asen, Ayden▲, Ayken, Ayren, Ben▼, Bryen, Byren, Deen, Den, Eben, Eden▲, Euen, Even, Ewen, Glen▼, Hymen, Iven, Keen, Ken▼, Kylen▲, Len, Olen▼, Oren, Owen▲, Rae, Raven, Raye, Raylen, Rayven, Reed▲, Rees, Reg, Regen, Rei, Rene▼, Reno, Rex▼, Rey▲, Reyes, Ries, Roe, Royden, Royer, Ruben▼, Ruel, Ryden, Rye, Ryker▲, Rylan, Rylee, Ryley, Ryu, Sten, Sven, Swen, Tycen and Tynen. These names tend to be more frequently used than Ryen.See names in meaning and etymology.