Brown Names for girls

Brown names and what they mean, for brown for women. Here is the list of Brown names for boys. These girl names were at the peak of their popularity during 1960-1969 and are somewhat less popular today, with names such as Patricia, Helen, Tricia, Sandy and Rita becoming somewhat dated. Blair (#650), Wren (#704) and Siena (#698) are three of the more chic names for newborns among these, and there is a resurgence in baby name popularity for Blair.


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.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Brown names: Blair, Helen, Iona, Patricia, Rita, Sandy, Siena, Tawny, Tricia, Wren



Quick Index

Summary of all Brown names (and variants) for girls.

[Armona - Wren]
Armona [1], Aruna, Auburn, Blair [2], Brayne, Brina [6], Bruna [4], Burnett [1], Cinnamon [3], Helen [78], Iona, Morena, Patricia [21], Rita [7], Sable, Sandy [4], Siena [1], Tawny [10], Tricia [11], Wren

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