Brynne Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Bryn:
Bryn Borrowed from the Welsh, Bryn is derived from bryn (hill). It is used as a masculine name in Wales. Var: Brin, Brinn, Brynn.
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Variant Spelling of: Bryn, Brynn. Pronounced the same way as Bryn/Brynn as well.
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I've always liked the name Brynne. It is constantly misheard and mispronounced, however once I spell it out there's often an "oh wow, I've never heard that before, it's so pretty." It has been complimented all my life and I rarely meet anyone who has the same name. I feel it makes me sound intelligent, strong and unique!
Um, hey. My name is Brynne. I mean, I've had pretty good experiences with it. I've always been nice to myself and others, so that's a plus. On the downside, though, I meet men with the same name and they look quite dejected to find that we share the same forename. On the plus side, it's easy to say when you're feeling lazy and one syllable is your stopping point. I've always seen that as a 'pro'.
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Bryndolyn (like the common name Gwendolyn)
Brynella De Ville (like the evil villain from 101 Dalmatians)
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Brynne is used as a girl's name and is a variant of Brenna (Gaelic), Brianna (Irish, Gaelic, Celtic), Brina (Slavic), Bryn (Welsh) and Brynn.
The meaning of Brynne is "little drop of water; raven or black-haired; high, noble, exalted; defender; hill, mount".
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Bryn is a song by Vampire Weekend released on their self-titled debut album in 2008.