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Meaning of Alan: God of Shine, Handsome, Cheerful, Rock, Comely, Peace, Little Rock, Noble, Rock or Noble
Alan was ranked 165 in 2015 US male names list and elevated by 2.37% from its previous ranking of 169 in 2014. Alan was ranked 957 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 0.84% from its previous ranking of 949 in 2014. First name derived from Alain. Comes from the Latin "Alanus" The name of a tribe near the Black Sea. September 9 is celebrated.. Rather reserved, dreamy and sensitive,Alanfind more balance in their family and professional lives. Very studious, loving reading,Alanare more comfortable in intellectual domains manuals. Careers in education are their favorable. Alan have few friends but are a loyalty foolproof.
Full form of Alan : Able Level-Headed Affectionate Naive
Alan is a very very popular first name for a boy in England & Wales which is popular since 2012 and ranked 187 in 2014. Around 3628 people wear Alan as their first name. Alan is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Alan is a very very popular first name for a boy in United States which is popular since 1917 and ranked 165 (0.062242% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 342650 people wear Alan as their first name. Alan is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1882 and ranked 165 (0.062242% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 342650 people have Alan as their first name. Alan is not a native United States and Alan may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.095851% of people in US have this given name.
Complete history of Alan
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History of Alan
Members of a nomadic tribe expelled from Asia Minor to 280, the "Alani" are defeated by the Huns and Vandals in the 4th century. -Dominicain Breton, Alain de la Roche dedicates his life to spreading devotion to Mary and the Rosary in France, then throughout the north of Europe, in the fifteenth century. -For Brittany, Alan saint was Bishop of Quimper, in the sixth siÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¨ce. It is celebrated on November 27. Alan is also a name worn by Arab children and in this case, it means "frank and fearless"
Expression number of Alan is 1.
Alan loves adventure and independence and possess determination and originality. Alan generally leads and direct others and likes to establishes their individual identity.
Names that rhyme with Alan
Abdisalan, Addylan, Adlan, Adylan, Aelan, Ailan, Akilan, Alan, Allan, Arlan, Arsalan, Arslan, Ashlan, Aslan, Aylan, Azlan, Aztlan, Balan, Baylan, BilanFamous people named Alan
Alan Lomax, American ethnomusicologist, considered one of the greatest compilers of popular songs of the twentieth century
Alan Reed, American actor, known for being the original voice of Peter Flintstone in The Flintstones
Alan John Bayard Wace, English archaeologist and director of the British School from 1914 to 1923
Alan Hollinghurst, British literary writer and critic
Alan Shearer, English former footballer, who played as a center forward
Alan Dean Foster, American author of fantasy and science fiction
Alan Kardec, Brazilian footballer
Alan Caillou, British writer, actor, screenwriter, soldier, policeman and professional hunter
Alan Robert Rogowski, American professional wrestler and promoter
Alan Thicke, Canadian actor, songwriter, comedian, game and talk show host
Alan Kennedy, English former footballer, played for defense
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Ilektra Galanou in Next Porn Model as Actress
Inez Palange in Scarface as Actress
Laurette Lalande in FLA (Faire: l'amour) as Actress
Rosa Catalano in La terra trema as Actress
Alanoud Sajini in Wadjda as Actress
Kendra Haaland in How to Train Your Dragon 2 as Producer
Rosa Catalano in Shaurya: It Takes Courage to Make Right... Right as Actress
Julie Alannagh-Brighten in Miss Monday as Actress
Zahra Alani in A Killer Among Us as Actress
Alan Ladd, actor,producer
Alan Miller, editor,writer,director
Alan Alda, actor
Alan Arkin, actor,director
Alan Parker, director,writer
Alan Rickman, actor,writer
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Alan Bates, actor,producer
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Alan Hale Jr., actor
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Alan Natale, actor,casting director
Alan L. Nineberg, sound department
Alan Farquharson, production designer
Alan Williams, composer
Alan Myerson, director,actor,writer
Alan Ari Lazar, composer
Alan Dinehart, actor,producer
Alan Dinehart, actor
Alan Roberts, editor,producer,director
Alan Bennett, writer,actor,producer
Alan Mruvka, producer,writer,actor
Alan Thicke, actor,writer
Alan Silvestri, composer
Alan Precourt, animation department
Alan Brewer, composer
Alan Hines, writer,producer
Alan Aaronson, actor
Alan Abel, actor,director,writer
Alan Abelew, actor,producer
Alan Abrahams, actor,sound department
Alan Abrams, editor,sound department
Alan Abrams, legal
Alan Ackles, actor
Alan Adair, actor
Alan Adair, writer
Alan Adams, actor
Alan Adelman, cinematographer
Alan Adelson, director,writer,producer
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Alan Adrian, actor Names like Alan Alan Namesakes Related Names: Biblical: Allon,
English: Allen, Alana,
Other: Alyn, Allin, Allan (Celtic) (Harmony, Stone, Noble, Fair, Handsome One, Rock), Alleyn, Allain , Alun (Welsh) , Alen (Slavic), Aland (Fair, Handsome, Both a Diminutive of Albert), Alante, Alanson (Curly Haired, Foot-soldier), Alann, Alain (Celtic), Alanda (A Driver, Wheel Maker, Dear Child), Alanah, Alancia, Alander, Alandis (From Adria), Alando, Alandra, Alandre (Father, Pain, Lipless), Alandrea, Alandria, Alandus, Alane, Alanea, Alanee, Alaney (A Driver, Wheel Maker)Posts having Alan: Comments :Alan is a masculine first name that occurs sporadically as a surname. The origin of the name is disputed, he is possibly Celtic / Breton origin that means "small rock", "handsome, handsome" or "warrior" in Breton; another theory the name means "of the people of the Alans ". The name is often the case in France, England, the US and Canada, but also in Eastern Europe.
Alan is a Breton name, so of Celtic origin, equivalent to the French name Alain. It is also the name of Brittany Fox, Alan al Louarn or Alanig al Louarn. Alan first name comes from Iranian word "Alani", which means members of an Iranian nomadic tribe. This is also the Breton form of the name Alan.
People named Alan: Alan (Argyll) , Bishop, Alan Alda (born 1936): American actor, screenwriter and director Alan Bennett (born 1934): British writer, playwright and actor, Alan Bergman (born 1925): American lyricist and composer, Alan Carvalho (* 1989): called Alan , Brazilian footballer, Alan Osório da Costa Silva (born 1979): known as Alan , Brazilian footballer, Alan Davie (1920-2014): Scottish painter and musician.
Variants of the name are Alain, Alan, Allan , Allen, Ailin, Alen, Alán, Alano, Alun, Ailean.
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