Brittany

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Gender: F Origin of Brittany: English name of the French region Bretagne, meaning 'from Briton' Brittany's Popularity in 2015: #460

Brittany first arrived on the US popularity list in 1971, and rapidly zoomed up the charts, in the Top 100 a decade later. By 1986 it had entered the Top 10, becoming the third most popular girls' name in the country by 1989. After such immense popularity, there has been an inevitable decline, with its standing now at Number 460, but it remains a name evocative of one of the most beautiful and culturally interesting areas of France -- and much preferable to the contracted Britney. Brittany evolved as a modern coinage from the ancient French duchy Bretagne. Celtic Bretons emigrated from France to become the Bretons of English; later the name Britain came to signify the country.

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Famous People Named Brittany

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Brittany Grace Lincicome, American golfer
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Brittany Joyce Elmslie, Australian Olympic swimmer
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Brittany Renee Finamore, American actress
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Brittany Alexandra Tiplady, Canadian actress
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Brittany Broben, Australian Olympic diver
Brittany Elizabeth Jackson, American basketball player
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Pop Culture References for the name Brittany

Brittany Susan Pierce, character on TV's "Glee"
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Brittany Marguerite, character on YouTube show "Most Popular Girls in School"
Brittany Mathews, character on YouTube show "Most Popular Girls in School"
Brittany Dobler, character on TV's "The Red Band Society"
Brittany, France