Auburn - Bryan
Page 1/2 of 25 Brown names.
Auburn 1 .. From English. "Moderate or reddish brown." Gender-neutral name. Auburn is an uncommon given name, registering often (Top 64%) as a surname.
Bronson 2 .. Derived fr. Middle English word. "Son of the brown man." Prevalent. Bronson, Bronnson (cf. Hopkinson, Dickinson) end with the popular masculine-sounding -nson. Actors Charles Bronson, Bronson Rinchot. [Bron, Bronsin, Bronsson, .. 3 more]
Brown▼ 3 .. .. in reference to brown hair or .. Somewhat widely used as a children's name, Brown is similar to the popular Bryan. 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. Bryan (Top 1%), Bryen (74%) and Bryon (36%) occur regularly as surnames. [Bryen, .. 1 more]
Summary of all Brown names (and variants) for boys.
[Auburn - Bryan]
Auburn, Bronson [Bron, Bronsen, Bronsin, Bronsonn, Bronnson, Bronsson], Brown, Bruno [Bruin, Bruino, Brunon], Bryan [Bryen, Bryon]
[Burnell - Umber]
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 [Livingsten, Livingstin, Livingstone], Rhydderch, Sable, Sorrell [Sorel, Sorrel], Umber [Umbro]