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Just noticed this one on someone else's name list and immediately added it to mine. I love it! To me it seems more feminine than masculine.
I find this a gorgeous, unusual name with a great meaning. I would use this for a girl, definitely.
I love this name for a BOY! It sounds more masculine to me for its closeness in sound to Evan. I also love the possible nickname Ren which I had been searching for a longer version of. Evren has such a cool meaning!
-- Anonymous User
As a masculine name, I cannot express my joy for "Evren"-- particularly for it's meaning (seeing that I possess an avid astronomy interest) although, it unfortunately follows the borders and naming-trends of the 'kre8tiv' minds today.
I really like both the sound and meaning of this name. I agree that it best suits a boy. It is easy to spell and is pronounced just like it is written, so I think it makes a strong, yet unique, naming choice for today. We have decided to use Evren Charles for our boy, with the nickname Ev.
Evren definitely for a boy.
-- Anonymous User
I really love this name but I'm torn between masculine or feminine! Absolutely torn! On a girl, the nickname could be Evie or Wren. On a boy, Ev or Ren. It does come off more masculine at first but then I start thinking Haven, Arden, Eden, Evelyn, Evren...
I find the name Evren to be more masculine in nature, as it reminds me of names like "Evan" and "Everett."
I fell in love with it while I was pregnant because it has a simple and familiar feel, yet is very unique! I have always been fascinated with astronomy and find the universe to be magical and awe-inspiring, so to use a name that directly translates to "UNIVERSE" or "COSMOS" while not coming across as an extremely odd name, or one that I simply made up myself seemed like an amazing find for my child. I hope the name will somehow instill a sense of wonder, curiosity, and love of learning in my child (if such a thing is possible).
I did indeed end up naming my son Evren and I doubt in his lifetime he will ever meet more than a handful of other Evrens, if any at all. I feel it will set him apart, but not make him an outcast as it seems simple, easy to pronounce, and I think when he's older and people ask him what his name means, he will be proud to explain.
Even while pregnant I had an easier time envisioning someone in their early 20s being named Evren; it doesn't strike me as a baby name, but not an elderly name either. I think it's a name my son will "grow into", so to speak.
I can imagine girls being named Evren as well, and I do believe it is relatively unisex in nature, however, I certainly feel it leans more masculine.
My family has no Turkish ties, and the origin of the name was unimportant, the meaning and uniqueness were ultimately what won us over.
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