Statistics and meaning of name Genand


We have no records about Genand being used as firstname.
Surname Genand is used at least 72 times in at least 2 countries. (France,Switzerland)
Name written with Chinese letters: 热南 (pinyin: rè nán)




      
Given names
Paul Genand (3)
Michel Genand (3)
Raymond Genand (3)
Bernard Genand (3)
Christian Genand (3)
Rene Genand (2)
Pierre Genand (2)
Roger Genand (2)
Serge Genand (2)
Frederic Genand (1)
Reine Genand (1)
Yolande Genand (1)
Pascal Genand (1)
Yves Genand (1)
Mickael Genand (1)
Veronique Genand (1)
Valerie Genand (1)
Melanie Genand (1)
Steeve Genand (1)
Simone Genand (1)
Ruth Genand (1)
Sandra Genand (1)
Sebastien Genand (1)
Sylvie Genand (1)
Marcel Genand (1)
Anthony Genand (1)
Antony Genand (1)
Arnaud Genand (1)
Christophe Genand (1)
Andre Genand (1)
Alix Genand (1)
Thierry Genand (1)
Henri Genand (1)
Monique Genand (1)
Clara Genand (1)
David Genand (1)
Denis Genand (1)
Jacqueline Genand (1)
Leonie Genand (1)
Madeleine Genand (1)
Georges Genand (1)
Hubert Genand (1)
Guillaume Genand (1)
Fabrice Genand (1)
Francois Genand (1)
Gilberte Genand (1)
Marie Genand (1)




Surname Genand in France   Surname Genand in Switzerland   

Genand reversed is Dnaneg
Name contains 6 letters - 33.33% vowels and 66.67% consonants.

Anagrams: Ganned Ngenad Engadn Gnenda
Misspells: Genond Genanda Gneand Genadn Gennad



Rhymes: Ferdinand Armand Auckland Bertrand Chateaubriand Cleveland Copeland

Meaning of this name is unknown.
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Writers: Stéphanie Genand, J. A. Genand

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