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What does Francyne mean?

Francyne Pronunciation of Francyne as a girls' name is a Latin name, and the meaning of Francyne is "French". Francyne is an alternate form of Frances (Latin): feminine of Francis.



VARIANTS Francine, Francene

ALTERNATIVE FORMS VIA FRANCES Fancie, Fancy, France, Francee, Franceline, Francess, Francette, Francey, Franci, Francia, Francie, Francoise, Franie, Frankie, Franky, Franni, Frannie, Franny



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How popular is Francyne?

Francyne is an unusual given name for females. Francyne is an equally uncommon surname for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Frances (#445 A YEAR AGO), Frankie (#808), France, Francene, Francie and Francine are the prominent alternative forms of Francyne (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) appearing in the Top 2000. Usage of these relations of Francyne reached its highest a century ago (AVERAGE #1176) and has become much less since (#1542, 95%), with versions such as Francine becoming somewhat outmoded. (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of France, Francene, Frances, Francie, Francine, Frankie in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Frankie outside U.S.

Similar Names

Francyne is alike in pronunciation to Franceen. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Amalyne, Arachne, Arianne, Arleyne, Armyne, Brandyce, Brandye, Brandyn, Brayne, Brenne, Brianne, Brittyne (see Brittany), Brucine (see Brucie), Brynne, Caralyne, Dianne, Eglantyne, Elayne, Erinne, Ermyne (see Armina), Fannie, Fanny, Fantine, Fawne, Fayline, Fernandine (see Fernanda), Flanna, Franca, Francena, Francesca, Franceska, Francetta, Franchesa, Francille, Francina, Francisca, Franciska, Frania, Franisbel, Frank, Franka, Franki, Frannee (see Fran), Franzi, Frayde, Fraydel, Gerardyne, Halcyone, Hanne, Jacine, Janine, Jasmyne, Jeanene, Jeanne, Jeannine, Karyne, Krystyne, Lacene, Larayne, Layne, Leontyne, Lerayne, Lianne, Lorayne, Marcene, Marcine, Nadyne, Orane, Osanne, Raycine, Roanne, Sharlyne, Tralaine and Ysanne. These names tend to be more commonly used than Francyne.

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