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Meaning of the Name Bron

The first name Bron is of Anglo Saxon, English, African origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Anglo Saxon: Brown or Dark
English: Diminutive of Bronson: Son of a Dark Man
African: Origin
African: The Source

Similar Names

Baran | Barin | Baron | Barron | Beorn | Bern | Bernon | Biorn | Biron | Braen |

Related Names

Ardon  (Hebrew)
Bronze
Branik  (Czech)
Variant of Bronislav: Glorious Armor
Branislav  (Czech)
Variant of Bronislav: Glorious Armor
Brona  (Irish)
Sorrow
Brona  (Greek)
Coming Before Victory
Brondolf  (Norse)
Son of Naddodd
Brone  (Irish)
Sorrowful
Brone  (English)
Brown
Bronek  (Czech)
Variant of Bronislav: Glorious Armor
Bronislav  (Czech)
Glorious Armor
Bronislaw  (Czech)
Variant of Bronislav: Glorious Armor
Bronislaw  (Slavic)
Weapon of Glory
Bronnson  (English)
Variant of Bronson: Son of a Dark Man
Bronsen  (English)
Variant of Bronson: Son of a Dark Man
Bronsin  (English)
Variant of Bronson: Son of a Dark Man
Bronson  (German)
Brown's Son
Bronson  (English)
Son of Brown
Bronson  (Anglo Saxon)
Son of the Dark Man
Bronson  (English)
Son of a Dark Man
Bronsonn  (English)
Variant of Bronson: Son of a Dark Man
Bronsson  (English)
Variant of Bronson: Son of a Dark Man
Bronwen  (Welsh)
Dark, Pure
Bronwen  (Welsh)
Dark and Pure. White Breast, White Breasted
Bronwyn  (Welsh)
Dark, Pure
Bronwyn  (Welsh)
Dark and Pure. White Breast, White Breasted
Bulat  (Russian)
An Old Slavic Name for Men. Bulat is a Metal Which is a Mixture of Iron and Bronze. Has a Connotation of Strength
Charles  (English)
Man (From the Old English 'Ceorl'). Famous Bearers: American Movie Star Charles Bronson; British Prince Charles; Evolutionist Charles Darwin
Chattie  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine. Famous Bearers: Princess Charlotte, Daughter of King George Iv; British Writer Charlotte Bronte
Chip  (English)
Diminutive of Charles: Man (From the Old English 'Ceorl'). Famous Bearers: American Movie Star Charles Bronson; British Prince Charles; Evolutionist Charles Darwin
Ebronah  (Biblical)
Passage Over, Being Angry
Ebronah  (Biblical)
Passage Over, Being Angry
Eder  (Hebrew)
Flock. The Biblical Tower of Eder Was Built Near Hebron As a Watchtower Shepherds Watched Their Flocks From. Eder Became a Symbol of God's Watchfulness Over His People
Fabre  (French)
Variant of Fabron: Blacksmith
Fabron  (Latin)
Mechanic
Fabron  (French)
Blacksmith
Fabroni  (French)
Variant of Fabron: Blacksmith
Hebron  (Biblical)
Society, Friendship
Hebron  (Biblical)
Society, Friendship
Lottie  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine. Famous Bearers: Princess Charlotte, Daughter of King George Iv; British Writer Charlotte Bronte
Lotty  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine. Famous Bearers: Princess Charlotte, Daughter of King George Iv; British Writer Charlotte Bronte
Totty  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine. Famous Bearers: Princess Charlotte, Daughter of King George Iv; British Writer Charlotte Bronte

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