Armona - Wren
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Armona 1 .. Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Chestnut brown." Rare. Compare Armona, and popular surnames Girona, Zona, with the -ona suffix. [Armonit]
Aruna 2 .. Derived fr. Sanskrit word. "Crystalline reddish brown." Unique. Aruna, like Bruna, Gudruna, ends with the popular feminine -una. See also Arena. Hindi name ..
Auburn 3 .. Origin fr. English word. "Moderate or reddish brown." Gender-neutral name. Auburn is scarcely used as a first name, occurring frequently (Top 64%) as a last name.
Blair 4 .. .. Actress Blair Brown. Widely used, with usage of 0.1167% for Blair and variants as girls' names in 2014, higher compared to 0.0937% in 2013. [Blaire, Blayre]
Brayne 5 .. Based on Yiddish element. "Brown." Brayne is not in the Top 1000. Jewish name from Brayndel, an affectionate ..
Brina 6 .. name Brayne, from Brayndel (Yiddish) "brown" .. Brynn is a contemporarily stylish form. [Brinn, Bryn, Bryna, Brynn, Brynna, .. 1 more]
Bruna 7 .. From Italian, Latin. "Brown skinned, brown haired." Brunella, Brunelle, Brunetta and Brunette are more unique as versions of Bruna. Feminine of Bruno. [Brunella, Brunetta, Brunette, .. 1 more]
Burnett 8 .. Origin fr. Old French element. "Brown." Common surnames, like surnames Burtnett, Lesnett, with the -nett suffix. May sometimes be used in reference .. [Burnet]
Cinnamon 9 .. .. to the warm brown colored spice .. A scarce girls' name, Cinnamon is used more commonly as a surname. [Cynnamon, Sinnamon, .. 1 more]
Helen▼ 10 .. .. publisher Helen Gurley Brown; singer Helen .. Usage of Helen as a girls' name has waned since 1910-1919. [Aileen, Alene, Elaina, Eleanor, Eleanore, Elena, Elianora, Elinor, Ella, Ellen, .. 68 more]
Iona 11 .. .. Orchestra conductor Iona Brown. Adoption of Iona shot up during 1900-1909 and has become significantly lower since, with Iona becoming less in vogue. See also Ianna.
Morena 12 .. Stems fr. Spanish. "Brown, brown haired." Unique. Morena, like Terena, Sabrena, ends with the favored feminine-sounding -rena. See also Moreen.
Patricia▼ 13 .. .. choreographer Trisha Brown; actresses Patty Duke .. Usage of Patricia and Tricia as girls' names has fallen off since 1950-1959. [Pat, Patreice, Patrica, Patricka, Patrisse, Pattey, Pattie, Tricia, Trisha, .. 12 more]
Rita▼ 14 .. .. authors Rita Mae Brown, Rita Dove. Rida (Top 70%), Rieta (92%) and Rita (13%) appear frequently as last names. [Reeta, Reita, Rheeta, Rieta, Ritta, .. 2 more]
Sable 15 .. .. prized fur, dark brown, almost black .. Unisex name. Unique. Sable (cmp. Belle, Marabelle) ends with the popular feminine -le.
Sandy▼ 16 .. .. someone with light reddish brown hair. Sandy (cmp. Landy, Zandy) is a common last name with the -andy ending. [Sandee, Sandi, Sandie, Sanndi]
Siena 17 .. .. to a reddish shade of brown. Siena and Sienna became less popular in 2014, dropping -7 positions as girls' names with Siena leading the decline. [Sienna]
Tawny 18 .. Derivative of Irish, Old English languages. "Golden brown." A slightly rare children's name these days, though Tawny still occurs commonly as a first name for women. Also an English surname .. [Tahnee, Taney, Tawney, Tawnya, .. 6 more]
Tricia▼ 19 .. .. Choreographer Trisha Brown; singer Trisha Yearwood. Unusual. Tricia (cmp. Latricia, Kapricia) ends with the common feminine-sounding -icia. [Latrisha, Trichia, Tris, Trish, Trisha, Trishana, .. 6 more]
Wren 20 .. a small brown songbird. Listed in Top 1000. 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