Armona - Wren
Page 1/1 of 20 Brown names.
Armona 1 .. Based on Hebrew element. "Chestnut brown." Seldom used as a name for children. See also Arminda. [Armonit]
Aruna 2 .. From Sanskrit element. "Crystalline reddish-brown." Seldom used as a name for baby girls. See also Arene. Hindi name ..
Auburn 3 .. Based on English element. "Moderate or reddish brown." A name applicable for both girls and boys. Seldom used as a name for babies.
Blair▲ 4 .. .. Actress Blair Brown. Name applicable for both girls and boys. Popular choice for a name for babies (#650 in 2014) which is also used conventionally as a surname. [Blaire, Blayre]
Brayne 5 .. Based on Yiddish language. "Brown." Unique as a name for children. See also Breanne. Jewish name from Brayndel ..
Brina 6 .. from Brayndel (Yiddish) "brown". See also .. Brina is an uncommonly used female name. The form Brynn is familiar as a version of Brina. [Brinn, Bryn, Brynn, Brynne, .. 2 more]
Bruna 7 .. Source fr. Italian, Latin words. "Brown-skinned, brown-haired." Rare as a name for kids, Bruna occurs more frequently as a surname. See also Brinn. Feminine of Bruno. [Brunella, Brunelle, Brunette, .. 1 more]
Burnett 8 .. From Old French element. "Brown." Also suitable as a boys' name. Burnett is a sparsely used female name, occurring frequently (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. May sometimes be used in reference .. [Burnet]
Cinnamon 9 .. From "kinnamon", of Semitic origin, referring .. Cinnamon is an uncommonly used women's name, appearing often (Top 21%) as a surname in the US Census. [Cynnamon, Sinnamon, .. 1 more]
Helen▼ 10 .. .. publisher Helen Gurley Brown; singer Helen .. Helen has trended downward in popularity as a name for newborns over the years. The forms Yelena, Nell, Leonore, Leanora, Ileana, Helena, Elnora, Ellen, Eleonora, Elena, Elana and Aline are commonly used as versions of Helen. [Aileen, Ailene, Alene, Eileen, Elaina, .. 73 more]
Iona 11 .. .. Orchestra conductor Iona Brown. Somewhat uncommon as a given name for baby girls nowadays, but Iona is still recorded commonly as a first name among the general female population according to the US Census. See also Ilona.
Morena 12 .. Origin fr. Spanish word. "Brown, brown-haired." Seldom used as a name for girls, occurring more often as a surname. See also Maren.
Patricia▼ 13 .. .. choreographer Trisha Brown; actresses Patty Duke .. Also suitable as a boys' name. Patricia is a frequently occurring (Top 1%) first name, appearing commonly (Top 26%) as a last name according to the US Census. The variations Tricia, Patti and Patrice are familiar as variant forms of this name. [Pat, Patreice, Patrice, Patrina, Patrisse, .. 16 more]
Rita▼ 14 .. , Rita Moreno; authors Rita Mae Brown .. A moderately scarce birth name that is found somewhat commonly as a surname. See also Nita. [Reeta, Rheeta, Riet, Ritta, .. 3 more]
Sable 15 .. A highly prized fur, dark brown .. A unique birth name, Sable exists more commonly as a surname. Also suitable as a boys' name.
Sandy▼ 16 .. .. Also a nickname for someone with .. Sandy has waned in favor as a name for girls over time. Gender-neutral name. The variation Sandee is commonly used as a form of this name. [Sandee, Sandi, Sanndi, .. 1 more]
Siena▲ 17 .. .. to a reddish shade of brown. The name Siena has become increasingly popular with parents since 1880-1889. See also Signa. [Sienna]
Tawny 18 .. From Irish, Old English elements. "A green field; golden brown." Moderately uncommon as a birth name for females now, though occurring regularly as a first name among the general female population in the US Census. The form Tawnya is generally used as a version of Tawny. Also an English surname .. [Tahnee, Taney, Tawney, Tawnia, Tawnya, .. 5 more]
Tricia▼ 19 .. .. Choreographer Trisha Brown; singer Trisha Yearwood. Usage of Tricia as a name for newborns has trended downward over the years since 1970. The form Latrisha is generally used as a version of Tricia. [Latrisha, Trichia, Trisa, Trisha, Trisia, .. 6 more]
Wren▲ 20 .. Bird name: a small brown songbird. A common choice for a birth name for girls (#704 the past year), Wren also exists frequently as a last name. See also Iren.
Summary of all Brown names (and variants) for girls.
[Armona - Wren]
Armona , Aruna, Auburn, Blair , Brayne, Brina , Bruna , Burnett , Cinnamon , Helen , Iona, Morena, Patricia , Rita , Sable, Sandy , Siena , Tawny , Tricia , Wren