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What does Genna mean?

Genna Pronunciation of Genna as a girls' name is pronounced JEN-ah. It is of English origin. Rhyming variant of Jenna. Also form of Guinevere. Also form of Jennifer.



VARIANTS Genae, Genaya, Genny, Jenny


(female) Genne, ..

(male) Genge, ..

Genna Layna (G.L.), ..

How popular is Genna?

Genna is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#3434 out of 4276, Top 80%) and an even more prominent surname for both adults and children (#26761 out of 150436, Top 18%). (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Genna was first listed in 1980-1989 and reached its top position of #1358 in the U.S. in the year 1992, but is not listed at the moment. (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Genna name in U.S.

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

Which version is better?

Guinevere (#1446 FROM CURRENT RECORDS), Jena, Jenna (#423), Jennah, Jennifer (#345) and Jenny (#1120) are the prominent varying forms of Genna appearing in the Top 2000. These relations of Genna were popular with parents during 1980-1989 (USAGE OF 2.9%) and have become much less widespread since (USAGE 0.1%, 95.9%), with versions like Jenna becoming less in vogue.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Genna, Guinevere, Jena, Jenna, Jennah in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Jennifer, Jenny in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Jenna, Jennifer, Jenny outside U.S.

Similar Names

Genna is alike in pronunciation to Gena, Genia, Gennie, Geonna, Ginia, Ginni, Ginya, Jaena, Jaina, Jana, Jannae, Jayna, Jeanna, Jenae, Jenai, Jenay, Jenee, Jeni, Jennae, Jennah, Jenney, Jenni, Jinna, Johna and Jonni. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Berna, Brenna, Denna, Eanna, Ferna, Gaenna, Gafna, Gana, Gayna, Geeta, Geila, Geina, Gemina, Gemma, Gene, Gennara, Gerda, Glenna, Guenna, Guinna, Gunna, Gunne, Gwenn, Gwenna, Gwenni, Gwenny, Gwinna, Gwynna, Ianna, Keena, Kenina, Kenna, Keona, Leana, Lenna, Nenna, Penna, Quenna, Reyna, Ronna, Seana, Sena, Sienna, Unna, Vanna, Vena, Venna, Wenona, Zanna and Zenna. These names tend to be less commonly used than Genna.