What does Tramayne mean?
Tramayne /tra-may-ne/ as a name for boys. Tramayne's root is Celtic, and the name Tramayne means "town built with stone". Tramayne is an alternate spelling, with the suffix -yne, of Tremain (Celtic): popular with African-American families.
How popular is Tramayne?
Tramayne is an uncommonly occurring given name for men. Tramayne is also an uncommon last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Below is a graphed analysis of the statistics of the boy name Tramayne and affiliated names. Popular varying forms of Tramayne (not ranked) are Tremayne and Tremaine. Other variants, like Tramain, are seldom used. These relations of Tramayne were at the height of their popularity during the years 1970-1979 (usage of 0.154%) and have become less conventional since, with the form Tremayne becoming somewhat dated. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Thinking of names?
Tramayne is alike in pronunciation to Trumaine, Truman▼ and Trumann. Other recommended similar baby names are Allayne, Bayne, Blayne, Cahane, Crane, Crayne, Damone, Dawayne, Dayne, Dewayne▼, Duayne, Duwayne▼, Dwayne▼, Fontayne, Fraine, Frayne, Freyne, Gawaine, Gawayne, Germane, Germayne, Gwayne, Jamaine, Jermaine▼, Jermane, Jermayne, Kayne, Layne, Lewayne, Mayne, Montayne, Ramone, Rayne, Romaine, Shayanne, Shayne▼, Tammany, Tamsen, Tamson, Taran, Tasman, Tayte, Tazman, Teagan▼, Tedman, Teman, Temani, Thaine, Thane, Thayne, Tilman, Tilmann, Trace▼, Tracey▼, Tracy▼, Trahearne, Trahern, Traherne, Travion, Travon▼, Travys, Traye, Trayvon▼, Tremont, Trevan, Trevyn, Tristyn, Troye, Trueman, Twayn, Urbaine and Urbane. These names tend to be more frequently used than Tramayne.