I love the name Brynne, and I think it should be said like "Bryn" or "Brynn". I have a teacher whose name is Brynne, but it's said "Bree-N", but she just goes by Bree, and I think that Brynne looks nothing like Bree-N at all and def think it should be Brynn/Bryn.
Brynne Rao is a character in the middle grade book series the Pandava Quartet by Roshani Chokshi. It is explained that her parents wanted to name her Brian but instead used a feminine form.
My favorite spelling of this name.
Bryn is lovely, but I dislike Brynne. It looks tacky and forced.
BRYNNE IS A FABULOUS NAME! It is a sweet, fun, and modern name. Adding an 'e' gives the name a more sophisticated look. When I look at a name 'Brynn or Bryn' it looks incomplete. I would definitely recommend this name!
I know someone with this name as well as someone who spells it without the E. I prefer Brynn or Bryn, mostly Bryn, although I've heard that its supposed to be a boy name.
Brynn is a beautiful name, but the 'e' at the end seems very superfluous. I say, drop it, because it makes it seem like the name has been ''country-girl-Americanized''. I'd hate to see this name go through the same motions as Lynn and Fay.
Since the 1880's Brynn and Brynne for a boy hasn't appeared on the top 1000 list. Brynne for a girl hasn't appeared on the top 1000 list but Brynn appeared on the list in the 1980's where it ranked 876 and came back on the list in 2003, 2004, and 2005 with its best year being 2003 where it ranked 294.
Such a pretty name for a girl.
Brynne is close (as is Bryn) to the name I gave my daughter Bryna in 1977. I chose it because it was a Celtic name I liked. The name books at the time said that it was a feminine form for Brian.

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