Brittany (name)

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Brittany
Gender Female
Origin
Meaning Land of the Britons, either Brittany or Britain.
Region of origin France
1970s

Brittany is a female given name of French and Latin origins, after Brittany, a region of France. Brittany first came into use in America during the 1970s and was at its height of popularity during the 1990s in the USA.

"Brittany" is also derived from 'Britannia', a 2nd-century Roman goddess.

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  • Arabic: بريتاني
  • Belarusian: Брэтань (Bretań)
  • Bengali: ব্রিটানি (Briṭāni)
  • Bosnian: Bretanja
  • Bulgarian: Бретан (Bretan)
  • Catalan: Bretanya
  • Chinese Simplified: 布列塔尼 (Bù liè tǎ ní), 布兰妮 (Bù lán nī)
  • Chinese Traditional: 布列塔尼 (Bù liè tǎ ní), 布蘭妮 (Bù lán nī)
  • Croatian: Bretanja
  • Danish: Bretagne
  • Dutch: Bretagne
  • Esperanto: Bretonio
  • French: Bretagne
  • Greek: Βρετάνη (Vretáni̱)
  • Gujarati: બ્રિટની (Briṭanī)
  • Hebrew: בריטני
  • Hindi: ब्रिटनी (Briṭanī)
  • Irish: Bhriotáin
  • Japanese: ブルターニュ (Burutānyu)
  • Kannada: ಬ್ರಿಟಾನಿ (Briṭāni)
  • Korean: 브리트니 (Beuliteuni)
  • Latin: Britannia
  • Lithuanian: Bretanė
  • Mongolian: Бриттани (Brittani)
  • Nepali: ब्रिटनी (Briṭanī)
  • Persian: بریتنی
  • Polish: Bretania
  • Russian: Бретань (Bretan')
  • Serbian: Бретања (Bretanja)
  • Spanish: Bretaña
  • Tamil: பிரிட்டானி (Piriṭṭāṉi)
  • Telugu: బ్రిటనీ (Briṭanī)
  • Ukrainian: Бретань (Bretanʹ)
  • Urdu: کوائف
  • Yiddish: בריטטאַני (Bryttʼany)

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