Mondonomo background

Forename Réjean

Across the world, Réjean (Rejean Canada Philippines New Zealand United States, Réjean Canada New Zealand Cuba Philippines, Режан Kazakhstan Ukraine Russia) is a common principally feminine, but very infrequently manly forename. Firstname Réjean is characteristic to Canada, where it is quite a common principally feminine, but very infrequently manly name, New Zealand, where it is quite a rare manly name, and Philippines, where it is a rare predominantly girly, but scarcely manly name. Measured by an absolute frequency it commonest in Canada, Philippines, and the United States.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Réjean

name Rejean, name 瑞金, name 雷金, name Réjean, name Режан
Rejean United States, Philippines, Canada, New Zealand
Réjean Philippines, Canada, New Zealand, Cuba
Режан Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan

First names said to be same

瑞金, and 雷金

First name Réjean in the context

Réjean is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Réjean Pinard , character in La Petite Vie.

Notable namesakes

picture of Réjean Robidoux Réjean Robidoux Réjean Robidoux Canadian writer, Canada (b. 1928) link
picture of Réjean Lefrançois Réjean Lefrançois Réjean Lefrançois Canadian actor, Canada (b. 1941) link
picture of Réjean Hébert Réjean Hébert Réjean Hébert Canadian politician, Canada (b. 1955) link
picture of Réjean Roy Réjean Roy Réjean Roy Canadian journalist and poet, Canada (b. 1964) link
Réjean Lafrenière Canadian politician, Canada (b. 1935) link
Réjean Hinse American wrongfully convicted (b. 1935) link
Réjean Ducharme Canadian artist, Canada (b. 1941) link
Réjean Pelletier political scientist and professor at Université Laval (b. 1943) link
Réjean Paul Canadian judge, Canada (b. 1943) link
Réjean Lefebvre Canadian politician, Canada (b. 1943) link
Réjean Tremblay Canadian journalist and writer, Canada (b. 1944) link
Réjean Tessier psychologist and university professor, Canada (b. 1944) link
Réjean Genest Canadian politician, Canada (b. 1946) link
Réjean Doyon Canada (b. 1937) link
Réjean Houle Canadian ice hockey player, Canada (b. 1949) link
Réjean Savard researcher, Canada (b. 1950) link
Réjean Thomas Canadian poet and writer, Canada (b. 1950) link
Réjean Giroux Canadian ice hockey player, Canada (b. 1952) link
Réjean Génois Canadian tennis player, Canada (b. 1952) link
Réjean Hébert geologist, researcher and professor at Université Laval, Canada (b. 1952) link
Réjean Savoie Canadian politician, Canada (b. 1952) link
Réjean Laplanche Canadian television presenter, Canada (b. 1953) link
Réjean Landry Canadian economist and political scientist, Canada (b. 1953) link
Réjean Léveillé Canadian journalist, Canada (b. 1953) link
Réjean Guénette actor, Canada (b. 1953) link
Réjean Lemelin Canadian ice hockey player, Canada (b. 1954) link
Réjean Thomas Canadian physician, Canada (b. 1955) link
Réjean Poirier Canada (b. 1950) link
Réjean Cloutier former professional ice hockey player, Canada (b. 1960) link
Réjean Caron (b. 1952) link
Réjean Boivin Canadian ice hockey player, Canada (b. 1966) link
Réjean Couture researcher link
Réjean Beaucage author, journalist, arts manager, Canada link
Réjean Plamondon researcher link
Réjean Lacroix person in the cultural domain in Montérégie, Québec link
Réjean Dubuc Canadian neuroscientist link
Réjean Thomas researcher link
Réjean Lapointe researcher link
Réjean Cantin researcher and professor at Université Laval, Canada link
Réjean Vallée actor in the theatrical field in Quebec link
Réjean Gauthier work in the theatrical field link
Réjean Dubuc researcher link
Réjean Côté Canada link
Réjean Couture link
Réjean Thériault Canada link
Réjean Beaudin Canada link
Réjean Bériault Canada link
Réjean Bellemare Canada link
Réjean Olivier Canada link
Réjean Breton Canada link
Réjean D. Millette Canada link
Réjean Vigneault Canada link
Réjean Labelle Canada link
Réjean Parent Canada link
Réjean Girard Canada link
Réjean Lapointe researcher link

Characteristic surnames

Perron, Tremblay, Martin, Beaulieu, Côté, Coté, Gagnon, Houle, Lefebvre, and Descôteaux