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Meaning of the Name Burne

The first name Burne is of Irish, English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Irish: Bear; Brown
English: From the Brook

Similar Names

Barney | Barnie | Barny | Bern | Berne | Bernie | Berny | Birney | Birnie | Birny |

Related Names

Aesoburne  (English)
Lives Near the Ash Tree Brook
Brandeis  (German)
Dwells on a Burned Clearing
Burneig  (English)
Lives on the Brook Island
Burnel  (French)
Variant of Burnell: Little Brown Child
Burnell  (Irish)
Bear; Brown
Burnell  (French)
Reddish Brown Haired
Burnell  (English)
Variant of Bernard 'strong As a Bear.'
Burnell  (German)
Variant of Bernard: Strong As a Bear
Burnette  (English)
Bear; Brown
Burnette  (Irish)
Bear; Brown
Burney  (English)
Lives on the Brook Island
Burney  (Irish)
Bear; Brown
Byrn  (English)
Variant of Burne: Brook
Camilla  (Latin)
Servant for the Temple; Free-born; Noble. Feminine Form of Camillus. Famous Bearer: Roman Mythological Volscian Warrior Queen Camilla. Fanny Burney's Th Century Novel 'Camilla'
Chadburne  (English)
From the Wildcat Brook
Eileen  (Latin)
Variant of Evelina: Latinized Form of the Old German Name Avelina. Famous Bearer: Fanny Burney's Novel 'Evelina'
Evelina  (Latin)
Latinized Form of the Old German Name Avelina. Famous Bearer: Fanny Burney's Novel 'Evelina'
Fan  (Latin)
Diminutive of Frances: from France, or Free One. Feminine of Francis. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Frances Burney and Actress Frances Kemble
Fanny  (Latin)
Diminutive of Frances: from France, or Free One. Feminine of Francis. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Frances Burney and Actress Frances Kemble
Frances  (Latin)
From France or 'Free One.' Feminine of Francis. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Frances Burney and Actress Frances Kemble
Francesca  (Latin)
Variant of Frances: from France or 'Free One.' Feminine of Francis. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Frances Burney and Actress Frances Kemble
Francine  (Latin)
Variant of Frances: from France or 'Free One.' Feminine of Francis. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Frances Burney and Actress Frances Kemble
Francisca  (Latin)
Variant of Frances: from France or 'Free One.' Feminine of Francis. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Frances Burney and Actress Frances Kemble
Millie  (Latin)
Diminutive of Camilla: Servant for the Temple; Free-born; Noble. Feminine Form of Camillus. Famous Bearer: Roman Mythological Volscian Warrior Queen Camilla. Fanny Burney's Th Century Novel 'Camilla'
Milly  (Latin)
Diminutive of Camilla: Servant for the Temple; Free-born; Noble. Feminine Form of Camillus. Famous Bearer: Roman Mythological Volscian Warrior Queen Camilla. Fanny Burney's Th Century Novel 'Camilla'
Mylnburne  (English)
From the Mill Stream
Raedburne  (English)
Lives by the Red Stream
Sherburne  (English)
From the Clear Brook
Waescburne  (English)
From the Flooding Brook
Washburne  (English)
From the Flooding Brook
Wiellaburne  (English)
From the Spring Brook

Additional Names

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