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What does Jermayne mean?

Jermayne Pronunciation of Jermayne as a name for boys (also used as girls' name Jermayne) is a Latin name, and Jermayne means "brother; from Germany". Jermayne is a version of Germain (French, Latin): from Latin Germānus. Jermayne is also a form of Jermaine (Latin).



VARIANTS Jermyn, Jermin, Jermane, Jermain

RELATIONS VIA GERMAIN, JERMAINE Germaine, German, Germane, Germano, Germayn, Germayne, Jernayn



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How popular is Jermayne?

Jermayne is a rare first name for men. Jermayne is also a rare last name for all people. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Popular variation forms of Jermayne (NOT RANKED) are Germaine, German (#1189 IN RECENT RANKINGS), Jermain and Jermaine (#849). Other forms, like Germano, are uncommon. These forms of Jermayne reached the peak of their popularity 48 years ago (ADOPTION OF 0.1%) and are now significantly less conventional, with the version Jermaine becoming less trendy. (TOP 2000 NAMES, 2018)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Germaine, German, Jermain, Jermaine in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Jermayne and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Jermayne is alike in pronunciation to Jarman, Jarmann and Jerman. Other recommended sound-alike names are Blayne, Chayne, Crayne, Dawayne, Dequanne, Dewayne, Duayne, Fontayne, Fraine, Frayne, Gayne, Gervayse, Hearne, Herman, Hermann, Herne, Jamaine, Jaray, Jardine, Jayce, Jayde, Jemal, Jemar, Jenkyn (see Jenkin), Jeovani, Jeovany, Jerack (see Jerrick), Jerad, Jerae, Jerah, Jeraint (see Geraint), Jerald, Jeramee (see Jeremy), Jeramie, Jeran, Jerant, Jerard, Jerarrd (see Gerard), Jere, Jerelle, Jeremiya (see Jeremiah), Jeremy, Jerone, Jerrad, Jerre, Jerren, Jerrie, Jerron, Jerrone, Jerry, Jervey, Jessamine, Jevvyn, Jordyn, Jorgan, Jorian, Keane, Kearne, Lewayne, Markaine, Mayne, Payne, Rayne, Romaine, Swayne, Tramayne, Tremaine, Tremayne, Trumaine, Urbaine, Verne and Wayne. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jermayne.

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