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The name Ryan is a baby boy name. The name Ryan comes from the Irish origin. In Irish The meaning of the name Ryan is: Kingly. Famous Bearer: American actor Ryan O'Neal.


Name Information
Boy or Girl ?: boy
Origin of name: Irish
Meaning: Kingly. Famous Bearer: American actor Ryan O'Neal.
Expression number: 22
SoulUrge Number: 8
Average Visitor Rating: 4.27 (Out of 5)
Number of ratings: 213

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Ryan Thomas...
written by J C 30, June 08, 2008
...was my choice for a boy, before I found out just how popular Ryan is. (Plus, I'd like to avoid a unisex name if I can.) Back to the drawing board for me! ;)
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written by debbie, June 26, 2008
i love the name ryan (after ryan giggs!!), although my husband has already picked liam if we have a boy, ryan is my 2nd choice. when my sister-in-law was first pregnant with twins she picked jamie/jaimie and ryan/ryann, she called her daughter jaimie and i've always like ryan since.
love my name....
written by ryanne, July 17, 2008
I used to hate my name RYANNE (Pronounced just like the boy's name) when I was younger but now I'm loving it..... my husband as a joke used to tell his friends ( before we got married) that I used to be a guy hence the name hehehehhe...and i hatE it when people cannot pronounce or spell it properly. BUt i'm lovIng my name as it's so unique. My husband wants our next baby to be name as LYANNE ( lee-ann)...WAT DO U THINK???
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written by Kassy Smith, August 09, 2008
we are thinking Ryan Michael or Ryan James which sounds better with the last name Smith?
Love this name =]
written by Yvonne, August 18, 2008
Im going to name my first son ryan! I fell in love with the name after watching the O.C.!
All Girl
written by Stephanie, September 15, 2008
My little girl's name is Rhyen Melissa (pronounced just like Ryan). Yes I played with the spelling a little but I wanted it to look a little "girlier". I have to admit I'm surprised how people respond to it. They either love it or hate it! Shes my little redhead and it fits her perfect...so for all those who say you can't name a girl a "boys name" I say if it fits go for it!
middle name Ryan
written by Steph, September 25, 2008
My sons middle name is Ryan. His name is Zachary Ryan. My hubby named him.
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written by kaila, September 29, 2009
i love the name ryan for a girl.
ryan is my middle name. but i think guy names for girls are sooo cute!!
Ryann for a girl.
written by Ryannxo, December 16, 2009
My name is Ryann and I am a girl. My mom thought that i was going to be a boy but i ended up being a girl. She didn't want to change my name so she added an extra "N" to my name so it would be more girly! I absolutely love my name and would recommend it to anyone. If you want your child to get many compliments on how cute and unique there name is than Ryann for a girl is the way to go!
My boy is called Ryan
written by Lynsey, February 09, 2010
We chose to call our little boy Ryan, as its just a nice, simple, strong name. I've never looked at it to be a girls name, but now you've mentioned it, it does seem really nice for a girl also.
The only thing I've found with calling our son Ryan is sometimes, people miss hear it and think we have called him Brian! So when telling people his name now, we make sure we say it nice and clear!
Ryan
written by Elizabeth Miller, April 27, 2010
I love the name Ryan!
BoyOhBoy(:
written by Brooke Jones, August 12, 2010
This guy I really like and he will soon be my boyfriend, his name is Michael Ryan but goes by Ryan! I love it! we would be cute together I think.
Ryan&&Brooke(:

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