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Brown baby names and what they mean, with 19 results. Adoption of these girl names was at its peak in the 1920s (USAGE OF 5.1%) and has become much diminished since (USAGE 0.1%, 98% LESS), with names such as Tricia becoming less trendy. Blair (#605), Siena (#642) and Wren (#712) are three of the more chic names for newborns among these, while Burnette (TOP 1%) and Bruni (9%) are conventional last names. Here is the list of Brown names for boys.

Brown names

Armona - Wren

Armona
Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Chestnut brown." Ariona is a somewhat popular baby name. [Armonit]

Aruna
Derived fr. Sanskrit word. "Crystalline reddish brown." Unusual, but Aruna is similar to common -una last names Aduna (TOP 94%), Pruna (53%). See also Arena. Hindi name ..

Auburn
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

Blair
.. Actress Blair Brown. Blair and variants became more popular in 2015, gaining on average +40 positions as girls' names with Blaire gaining the most. [Blayre, Blaire]

Brayne
Based on Yiddish element. "Brown." Brayne is not in the Top 2000. Jewish name from Brayndel, an affectionate ..

Brina
.. name Brayne, from Brayndel (Yiddish) "brown" .. Brynn is a commonly occurring (UPPER 68%) female name. [Brynne, Brynna, Brynn, Bryna, Bryn, .. 1 more]

Bruna

Bruna
From Italian, Latin. "Brown skinned, brown haired." Bruna is recognizable (TOP 88%) as a feminine name, while Brunella, Brunelle, Brunetta and Brunette are atypical. Feminine of Bruno. [Brunette, Brunetta, .. 2 more]

Burnett
Origin fr. Old French element. "Brown." A rare birth name, Burnett exists more conventionally as a last name. May sometimes be used in reference .. [Burnet]

Cinnamon

Cinnamon
.. to the warm brown colored spice .. Cynnamon and forms peaked in popularity 2 decades ago. [Sinnamon, Cynnamon, .. 1 more]

Helen

Helen
.. publisher Helen Gurley Brown; singer Helen .. Aleanor, Alyona, Eilidh, Elianora and Elladine are more uncommon as variant forms of Helen. [Yelena, Nelly, Nelliana, Leni, Lena, Leana, Lean, Hellia, Hellena, Helenna, .. 76 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Brown names: Blair, Bruna, Cinnamon, Helen, Iona

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Brown names: Rita, Sable, Sandy, Siena, Tawny

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Brown names: Tricia, Wren

Iona

Iona
.. Orchestra conductor Iona Brown. Less widespread today. Iona was last listed in 1950-1959 in the Top 2000. See also Ianna.

Morena
Stems fr. Spanish. "Brown, brown haired." Moreno (UPPER 1%), Morera (17%) are conventional last names. See also Moreen.

Rita

Rita
.. authors Rita Mae Brown, Rita Dove. Rida (TOP 70%), Rieta (92%) and Rita (13%) occur often as surnames. [Ritta, Rieta, Rheeta, Reita, .. 3 more]

Sable

Sable
.. prized fur, dark brown, almost black .. Also used for boys. Moderately unusual as a children's name, Sable is used more often as a surname.

Sandy

Sandy
.. someone with light reddish brown hair. Sandee (UPPER 92%), Sandi (39%), Sandie (75%) and Sandy (4%) occur regularly as surnames. [Sanndi, Sandie, Sandi, Sandee]

Siena

Siena
.. to a reddish shade of brown. Common, with usage of 0.109% for Siena and Sienna as girls' names in 2015, higher than 0.093% in 2014. [Sienna]

Tawny

Tawny
Derivative of Irish, Old English languages. "Golden brown." Tawny and forms were popular with parents in the 1970s. Also an English surname .. [Tawnya, Tawney, Taney, Tahnee, .. 6 more]

Tricia

Tricia
.. Choreographer Trisha Brown; singer Trisha Yearwood. Tricia (UPPER 11%), Trisha (13%), Trish (40%) and Latrisha (73%) are conventional feminine names. [Trissina, Trishana, Trisha, Trish, Tris, Trichia, .. 6 more]

Wren

Wren
A small brown songbird. Adoption of Wren was widespread in 2015. See also Iren.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Brown names [and variants] for girls.

1. 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

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