Dawn Brent in the US

  1. #8,376,371 Dawn Breining
  2. #8,376,372 Dawn Bremner
  3. #8,376,373 Dawn Brendel
  4. #8,376,374 Dawn Brengle
  5. #8,376,375 Dawn Brent
  6. #8,376,376 Dawn Brett
  7. #8,376,377 Dawn Breyer
  8. #8,376,378 Dawn Brezina
  9. #8,376,379 Dawn Breznik
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Meaning & Origins

From the vocabulary word for daybreak, originally bestowed as a given name in the 1920s, no doubt because of the connotations of freshness and purity of this time of day. It may have originated as a translation of Aurora. Twin girls are sometimes given the names Dawn and Eve, although the latter name does not in fact have anything to do with the time of day. The name is also associated with the British actress Dawn Addams (1930–1985), the British comedienne Dawn French (b. 1957), and the American singer Dawn Upshaw (b. 1960).
142nd in the U.S.
English: 1. topographic name for someone who lived by a piece of ground that had been cleared by fire, from Middle English brend, past participle of brennen ‘to burn’. 2. habitational name from any of the places in Devon and Somerset named Brent, probably from Old English brant ‘steep’, or from an old Celtic (British) word meaning ‘hill’, ‘high place’. 3. byname or nickname for a criminal who had been branded; compare Henry Brendcheke (‘burned cheek’), recorded in Northumbria in 1279.
4,277th in the U.S.

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