Auburn Meaning and Origin

Auburn is a unisex color name of English origin. Auburn is commonly used as a given name, particularly for girls. It has English origins and is derived from the color “auburn,” which refers to a reddish-brown or chestnut hair color. It is often associated with warmth, richness, and autumnal tones. This reddish-brown is usually associated with hair color, but it’s also a unique moniker that evokes feelings of fall. Auburn is also the name of several places around the world, including cities, towns, and counties. One of the most notable locations named Auburn is Auburn, Alabama, in the United States. 

Names similar to Auburn:

  • Ember
  • Sienna
  • Hazel
  • Ruby
  • Scarlett
  • Ivory
  • Autumn
  • Raven
  • Marigold
  • Willow


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