Auburn - LebrunPage 1/2 of 25 Brown names.
Auburn 1 .. From English. "Moderate or reddish brown." Gender-neutral name. Outside Top 1000.
Bronson▲ 2 .. Derived fr. Middle English word. "Son of the brown man." Listed in Top 1000. Actors Charles Bronson, Bronson Rinchot. [Bron, Bronsin, Bronsson, .. 3 more]
Brown▼ 3 .. .. in reference to brown hair or .. Brawn (upper 11%) is a popular surname similar to Brown (upper 1%). See also Bryen.
Bruno 4 .. From Old German element. "Brown." Adoption of Bruno, Brunon, etc. as baby names in 2014 was 6.5% less than a year ago. Used as a name in the .. [Bruin, .. 2 more]
Bryan▲ 5 .. Actor Bryan Brown; singer Bryan Ferry. A highly familiar children's name (#148 in current list), Bryan is also used often as a surname. [Bryen, .. 1 more]
Burnell 6 .. Stems fr. Old French. "Small brown one." Brunel (upper 70%), Brunell (10%) and Burnell (5%) are found frequently as last names. [Bernelle, Brunel, Brunell, .. 1 more]
Burnet 7 .. Derivative of Old French. "Brown." Burnet and variants were not among 2014's Top names. Surname used as a given name, mostly in the 19 .. [Bernet, Bernett, .. 1 more]
Buster 8 .. .. 1930s called Buster Brown, and the .. Buster is a common (upper 88%) masculine name, and exists commonly (upper 7%) as a last name. See also Baxter.
Donnell▼ 9 .. Derived fr. Scottish, Irish elements. "brown haired fighter." Somewhat popular as boys' names, Donnell, Donal, etc. are comparable to the familiar Donald. Also used as a variant of .. [Donal, .. 3 more]
Donovan▲ 10 .. Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic. "brown haired chieftain." Usage of Donovan and forms stepped up in 1999 and is lower today, with Donavan becoming less trendy. Football player Donovan McNabb. [Donavan, Donoven, Donovon, .. 3 more]
Duane▼ 11 .. .. Most Gaels had brown hair and .. Dwayne is in the Top 1000. [Dewain, Duayne, Duwayne, .. 7 more]
Duncan▼ 12 .. Stems fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "brown fighter." Duncan has trended downward in favor as a boys' name since 1997. A royal name in early Scotland .. [Dunc, .. 1 more]
Dunham 13 .. Origin fr. Gaelic word. "Brown man." Danham, Dannham and Dunhamma are kreatif variations.
Dunn 14 .. Source fr. Gaelic element. "Brown." Not in popularity charts. Writers Dominick and John Gregory Dunne. [Dunne]
Dunstan 15 .. Derivative of Old English word. "Brown stone;." Dunstan and variants were not among 2014's Top names. Place name .. [Dunsten, Dunston, .. 1 more]
Eachann 16 .. Root fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Horse brown." Unusual. Eachann (cf. Eumann) ends with -ann. From each donn .. [Eachan, Eachtar]
Edmund▼ 17 .. .. Governor Edmund "Pat" Brown; Senator Edmund .. Somewhat frequently used as children's names, Ted, Edmund, etc. are pronounced like the common Todd. [Eadmund, Eamonn, Edmondine, Neddie, Ted, Teddy, .. 14 more]
Jasper▲ 18 .. .. glass, and red or reddish brown .. Jasper has become increasingly popular with parents since the 1970s. [Gaspar, Jaspar, Kacper, .. 2 more]
Jeb 19 .. general James Ewell Brown Stuart, who .. Not in Top 1000. See also Web.
Lebrun 20 .. Derived fr. French element. "Brown haired." Not Top 1000 names. Other versions of this name are .. [Labron, .. 2 more]
Summary of Brown names (and variants) for boys.Auburn - Lebrun
Auburn, Bronson▲ [Bron, Bronsen, Bronsin, Bronsonn, Bronnson, Bronsson], Brown▼, Bruno [Bruin, Bruino, Brunon], Bryan▲ [Bryen, Bryon], Burnell [Burnel, Brunel, Brunell, Bernelle], Burnet [Bernet, Bernett, Burnett], Buster, Donnell▼ [Donal, Donell, Donnel, Donnelly], Donovan▲ [Donavon, Donavan, Donevin, Donevon, Donoven, Donovon], Duane▼ [Dwain, Duwain, Duante, Dwayne, Duayne, Dwaine, Duwayne, Duwaine, ..], Duncan▼ [Dunc, Dunn], Dunham, Dunn [Dunne], Dunstan [Dunsten, Dunstin, Dunston], Eachann [Eachan, Eachtar], Edmund▼ [Ted, Ned, Odon, Teddy, Edmwnd, Neddie, Eumann, Edmundo, ..], Jasper▲ [Gaspar, Gasper, Jaspar, Jesper, Kacper], Jeb, Lebrun [Labron, Labrun, Lebron]Livingston - Umber
Livingston [Livingsten, Livingstin, Livingstone], Rhydderch, Sable, Sorrell [Sorel, Sorrel], Umber [Umbro]