[ syll. un(n), unn- ] The baby girl name Unn has its origins in the Old Norse language and it is used largely in Scandinavian. It is derived from unn which means 'love' ; unna 'to love'. The name was borne by a character in the Old Norse Laxdaela saga; known as Unn 'the Deepminded', she was one of Ketill's daughters, and the wife of Olaf the White.
Unn is uncommon as a baby name for girls. It is not listed within the top 1000 names.
Baby names that sound like Unn include Agné (Lithuanian), Unnee, Unni, Unnie, Unny, Uny, Aany, Aanye, Agni (Greek), Agnie (English), Akyan, Amee (French), Amei, Anai, Anaiss, Anwenn, Anwenne, Aqueen, Aqueene, and Ashken (Armenian).