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Ayn Ruymen is an actress, if you do not for some reason believe me, look it up:
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0752267/
https://www.tvguide.com/celebrities/ayn-ruymen/3000520941/
https://second.wiki/wiki/ayn_ruymen
? I think this famous person entry was deleted, and I don't know why?
This apparently was invented by Ayn Rand from a "Finnish origin." However it also can be a diminutive of the more common and less controversial Aynsley.
I like this name, it sounds like the kind of name of someone who is intellectual and probably likes books. The downside of this name is that people always pronounce it wrong and say "you mean like Ayn Rand" and have perceptions about your politics before they even know you.
It's probably based on Aina or Aino? Those are nice names. This name looks kinda incomplete, even without association of Ayn Rand. And there's also no way to escape the association ever considering she made it up... though looking at the beyond statistics Ayn seems to have gotten a decent amount of use, which is interesting. 2,464 little girls were born with this name in it's most popular year on the chart and it just charted last year.
The fabulous actress Ayn Ruymen makes me really love it. I dig the pronunciation and the simplicity of this unusual name. ♥.
In some countries like AUSTRALIA, this name can also SOMETIMES be MASCULINE, making it UNISEX.
https://www.first-name.net/ayn#Info_AU
Ayn can also be short for Aynsley.
I made Ayn part of my youngest daughter's first name, AcaciaAyn, and is like Maryann in its pronunciation. I felt that Ayn was more romantic and feminine looking when written. Now she usually goes by Caci or sometimes CaciAyn, but has initial necklaces with both A and C and custom made name necklaces.
Ayn is the Old English version of Ann.
Ayn Robbins is a poet and artist who has written songs for The Rescuers. I wonder who she was named after...
The Finnish name Ayn Rand based her nom de plume on may have been Aino.
I think the name Ayn sounds and looks pretty cool. I read somewhere it is derived from "Ann." I'm a libertarian and a fan of Austrian economics. I like Ayn Rand's fiction. I don't consider Ayn Rand a sophisticated economist or someone to take ideas from. The way I see it this name is probably going to be ranked by whether or not you like Ayn Rand, and by few other standards. If you don't mind the constant association, go right ahead, it's a unique and cool looking name.
Ayn. Rhymes with swine. And "Mine! Mine! Mine!"
Ayn Rand was a horrible author and philosopher. Putting that aside, the name might look sort of cool written down, but it isn't so pleasant spoken or heard. This is certainly not a name to actually bestow on real people.
Only Randroids, that is, people who actually share the heinous views of Ayn Rand, would use this rather ugly name on their daughter. If you have a daughter with this name, I'll know to avoid you and your social Darwinist views. It just screams ''my parents are cult member types''.
My first name is Ayn. I was named after Ayn Rand by my mother, however, I pronounce my name A+YIN. I think my family starting saying "AYIN" instead of "IEN".
My middle name is AYN. My father was reading the book "The Fountainhead" by Ayn Rand, when I was born.

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