Baby Names associated with Brown for Girls
Armona - WrenPage 1/1 of 19 Brown names.
Armona 1 .. Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Chestnut brown." Rare. Compare Armona and popular surname Arjona (upper 15%), which also ends with -ona. [Armonit]
Aruna 2 .. Derived fr. Sanskrit word. "Crystalline reddish brown." Outside Top 1000. 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. Blair (top 1%) and Blaire (51%) appear frequently as last names. [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 trendy version. [Brinn, Bryn, Bryna, Brynn, Brynna, .. 1 more]
Bruna 7 .. From Italian, Latin. "Brown skinned." 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." Not in Top 1000. May sometimes be used in reference .. [Burnet]
Cinnamon 9 .. .. to the warm brown colored spice .. Cynnamon and variants are seldom found as feminine names. [Cynnamon, Sinnamon, .. 1 more]
Helen▼ 10 .. .. publisher Helen Gurley Brown; singer Helen .. Heilen, Helenne and Herlen are kreatif variations. [Aileen, Alene, Elaina, Eleanor, Eleanore, Elena, Elianora, Elinor, Ella, Ellen, .. 68 more]
Iona▼ 11 .. .. Orchestra conductor Iona Brown. Less widespread today. Iona was last listed in 1940-1949 in the Top 1000. See also Ianna.
Morena 12 .. Stems fr. Spanish. "Brown." Unique, with the feminine-sounding -na ending like Milena. See also Moreen.
Rita▼ 13 .. .. authors Rita Mae Brown, Rita Dove. Rida (top 70%), Rieta (92%) and Rita (13%) occur often as surnames. [Reeta, Reita, Rheeta, Rieta, Ritta, .. 2 more]
Sable 14 .. .. prized fur, dark brown, almost black .. Also used for boys. Unique, with the -le suffix like Samale.
Sandy▼ 15 .. .. someone with light reddish brown hair. Uncommon, with the -ndy suffix for Sandy like Shandy. [Sandee, Sandi, Sandie, Sanndi]
Siena▲ 16 .. .. to a reddish shade of brown. Siena and Sienna are Top 1000 baby names. [Sienna]
Tawny 17 .. 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▼ 18 .. .. Choreographer Trisha Brown; singer Trisha Yearwood. Treasha, Trichia, Tris, Trisa and Trishana are more novel as versions of Tricia. [Latrisha, Trichia, Tris, Trish, Trisha, Trishana, .. 6 more]
Wren▲ 19 .. a small brown songbird. Listed in Top 1000. See also Iren.
Summary of Brown names (and variants) for girls.Armona - Wren
Armona [Armonit], Aruna, Auburn, Blair▲ [Blaire, Blayre], Brayne, Brina [Bryn, Brinn, Bryna, Brynn, Brynna, Brynne], Bruna [Brunella, Brunelle, Brunetta, Brunette], Burnett [Burnet], Cinnamon [Cynnamon, Sinemmon, Sinnamon], Helen▼ [Nora, Nell, Nelly, Yelena, Nellie, Nonnie, Nelliana, Nellette, ..], Iona▼, Morena, Rita▼ [Riet, Rida, Reita, Rieta, Ritta, Reeta, Rheeta], Sable, Sandy▼ [Sandi, Sandee, Sandie, Sanndi], Siena▲ [Sienna], Tawny [Tawna, Tawni, Tawnie, Tawnee, Tawney, Tawnya, Tawnia, ..], Tricia▼ [Tris, Trisa, Trish, Trisha, Trisia, Trissa, Trishana, Trissina, ..], Wren▲