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I really like the name Bryn for a girl. I have known a couple of people named Bryn, one was a boy and the other a girl. The name I really like is Brynlee which can also be spelt Brinlee.
-- Anonymous User  4/29/2006
Bryn Mawr College (the name means "high hill" in Welsh) located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
-- Anonymous User  9/8/2006
Since the 1880's Bryn for a boy hasn't appeared on the top 1000 list. For a girl it appeared on the top 1000 list in 2004 where it ranked 914.
-- Anonymous User  9/25/2006
A boy I know is called Bryn, but it's shortened from Brynsley.
-- Luangi  12/4/2006
I knew a little girl with this name, and she was the most adorable little thing! I am also not certain whether her name was spelled Bryn or "Brynn". My favorite variant of this name is Brynley or Brynleigh. Very unique name!
-- Pheadirean  1/22/2007
Hey there I personally love the name as my name is Brynley, and I am an Australian male. A friend of mine also recently used the name for his son.
-- brynbad  2/6/2007
I know two people with this name, and they are both boys. I think this name is really cute and sounds really masculine on a guy. Although this name is interchangeable, I think Bryn and Brin are boys names, Brynn is a unisex name and Brynne is a girls name.
-- maggie_angel  5/27/2007
I know a little girl named Taylor Bryn, before I met her I'd never heard that name before. Now I think it's really cute, it fits her well because she so adorable.
-- joanie2007  6/26/2007
It makes me think of the word "brine".
-- lady murasaki  8/7/2007
I love the variation of this name as Bryna. Beautiful and unique.
-- Anonymous User  9/13/2007
I plan to name my future son this, to keep the family's Welsh heritage alive. I think it's a very strong sounding name, solid too.
-- Kimmy  3/11/2008
Lovely name, but I prefer the spelling Brynn. It looks prettier and more complete. I think the spelling Brin works bewst for males, and Bryn and Brynn for females. I don't believe in the magical feminizing power of the mighty 'y' like so many young people today, but somehow Bryn looks more feminine than Brin. It's a great name for both sexes.
-- slight night shiver  5/17/2008
There's a love song by the band Vampire Weekend called Bryn. A lovely name.
-- superlex  10/8/2008
Bryn Terfel is a world-famous Welsh bass-baritone, known for his Mozart and Wagner roles. Also sang Sweeney.
-- Patria-Sue  11/30/2008
This name is so manly. Have you ever SEEN Bryn Terfel?
-- blaaarg  7/13/2009
Bryn is a male name through and through.
-- vomiting  1/7/2010
This name can also be derived from Old English, where it means "flame, fire".
-- keepitreal  1/17/2011
I know someone on the Welsh border with this name (a MALE, as it were.) It's nice enough. Suits a little boy, a teenager and an adult, and an elderly man. Ages nicely. Any girls called Bryn in Wales will get funny looks, though. Just a warning.
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2011
American child actress Bryn Allen (born 1999 in Searcy, Arkansas, USA).
-- Anonymous User  8/10/2012
Probably one of the most unimaginative Welsh names out there for boys. 'Have you met my son, "Hill"?' And the idea that such a butch name could be used for girls? Only in America! :-P.
-- JJSkeete  4/11/2013
I only like this name because it is in Son by Lois Lowry, which is a GREAT book.
-- SEC908  5/3/2013

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