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So Ryan is masculine but Ryann is feminine? Makes sense.
saturnbrat  5/28/2020
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This name can also be MASCULINE as a variant of RYAN, making it UNISEX.
In some countries like the UK, FRANCE and BRAZIL, it's EXCLUSIVELY used as a MASCULINE name.
https://www.first-name.net/Ryann
― Anonymous User  5/28/2020
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The extra 'n' is unnecessary.
someone-  5/14/2020
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MORE PROOF that THIS name is UNISEX.
BTW in some countries like Brazil, it's used as a MASCULINE name.

https://www.popular-babynames.com/name/Ryann
https://names.darkgreener.com/#ryann
― Anonymous User  4/21/2020
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It can be a UNISEX name as a variant of RYAN.

In the USA, it was given to 26 boys in 1982 and 1990
In the UK, only SIX BOYS were named RYANN in 2003

https://www.names.org/n/Ryann/about
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/how-popular-your-baby-name-13284722
― Anonymous User  4/4/2020
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This name is creative and amazing in my opinion! To my fellow people with the name Ryann, be proud! This name is rare and should be used with pride and joy! Congrats!
― Anonymous User  1/6/2020
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This is my name, I am especially very happy with my name. Please don't hate this name.
Ry_Ry  1/6/2020
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Adding another n to the name may not change the pronunciation, but it’s still pretty.
― Anonymous User  1/5/2019
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No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no NO!
Curious me  8/20/2018
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The name Ryann was given to 343 girls born in the US in 2016.
More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Ryann are female.
― Anonymous User  6/7/2017
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If this is meant to be said as "ry-anne" rather than "Ryan" I don't get why people can't at least spell this name as Ryanne\Rianne.

Ryann gets mixed up with Ryan and up until recently, I thought they were the same name.

So seriously, ditch this spelling entirely and use the "Anne" spelling. It also just looks better, more complete and more feminine.
― Anonymous User  1/20/2016

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