Rowen is a trendy name for boys in modern times. It goes back to an old English surname, however, which is Rowan. In America, Rowen is now a top 600 name option.
Meaning of the name Rowen:
English: from the Rowan tree, red
Origin of the name Rowen:
Rowen is a variation of the baby named Rowan. Rowan was a surname in England that came from the Irish Ruadhan. Ruadhan is a diminutive of the name Ruadh, which was a nickname that meant “red.”
Symbolism of the name Rowen:
The baby name Rowen comes from Rowan, which was originally a surname in England. Some believe the name comes from the same as that for a type of tree. Most believe, however, that Rowan dates back to the Irish nickname Ruadh. Ruadh translates to “red,” and was originally for someone with red hair.
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Gender of the name Rowen:
Rowen is a trendy name for boys.
Pronunciation of the name Rowen:
RO-un or RO-en
Number of syllables in the name Rowen:
Emotion evoked from the name Rowen:
Rowen is a trendy baby name for boys. It is simple and youthful.
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Popularity of the name Rowen:
Rowen became a top 1,000 baby name in 2010 at rank 990. It moved to the top 500 list in 2017 when it was number 495. As of 2020, Rowen was still a top 600 option at rank 541. In comparison, the original spelling Rowan was a top 200 name, coming in at number 113.
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Great middle names for Rowen and their meanings:
- Theodore (gift of God)
- Anthony (priceless one, highly praiseworthy)
- Dean (valley)
- Parker (park keeper)
- Callum (dove)
- Darby (deer park, without envy)
- Asher (happy, blessed)
- Elliott (the Lord is my God)
Famous people with the name Rowen:
- Rowen Shepherd (rugby player)
Rowens in popular culture:
- Rowen Ellery (character from “The Chemical Gardens” trilogy)