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This is the name of a childhood friend of mine. Quite unusual.
-- namefanatic  9/3/2005
I personally love this name but I think I would spell it Rhiane or Rhianne.
-- classy  11/19/2005
I found on the Internet that it's pronounced REE-awn.
-- CamilleTheGreat  6/13/2006
This is my name and I've always pronounced it Ree-Ann though it annoys me how when people look at the spelling many pronounce it Ryan and almost everybody I know assumes it's just short for Rhiannon.
-- Dizzee  8/6/2006
I liked this name, but not anymore, it's not a very modern name.
-- kimmyks  12/18/2006
My niece is called Rhian and I always say it like RHI-ANN but my sister in law says it's pronounced RHI-IN, sounds like rain when you say it like that. I like it RHI-ANN the longer way.
-- lacey24  1/15/2007
A Welsh-speaker's two cents : Pronounced RHEE - ann, with the RH rolled (flicking against the roof of the mouth).
-- Sforzando  11/15/2007
I am Welsh and I, like everyone else in the United Kingdom, pronounce it ree-un, although in really Welsh-speaking communities Sforzando is right, but generally in British English at least, we pronounce it ree-un. And I've never really liked this name; it reminds me of the French word rien, which means "nothing". :\
-- walesgal92  4/18/2010
I like this name. It sounds pretty. Definitely a great alternative to naming a girl Ryan!
-- bananarama  7/7/2011
Rhian Ramos is a Filipina actress, model and singer of Welsh and Filipino descent.
-- Anonymous User  10/24/2013

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