Reagan means: Sometimes a mentally unstable girl. Her friends are her rock and she will always support them. She will not reveal anything to anyone, unless someone is seriously ill. She will be there for you, even if it is hard. She is a history lover, a geek and a gamer. She may be anxious and have trust problems. She may not trust you if she is unsure. (in Community Dictionary, added by Marlee Hardin)
What else does Reagan mean?
- Athletic, smart. She is very intelligent and knows exactly what she’s doing. Her beauty is amazing and she’s the kind of girl that you just can’t stop thinking about. In every way, she’s flawless. (in Community Dictionary, added by Simeón Pastor)
- Incredible girl. She is crazy so don’t be afraid to cross her. Sometimes she is timid, but her personality comes through. She’s extremely strong. She is loved by many and they love being around her. Her intelligence and beauty are also remarkable. (in Community Dictionary, added by Fausto Hidalgo)
- Reagan, a girl’s name is often pronounced brunette. This girl is loud, but she’s sweet. She can easily be the centre of attention. This girl isn’t scared to speak her mind and do whatever her father tells her. She is secretly loved by all the boys, even though they are too busy with their own lives. Although she falls in love with boys too quickly, she never does get one. She’s very attractive and athletic. Math is her only subject. She’s very smart. She is a fighter and will do anything to get the job done. When you are in need of someone, she is a great friend. (in Community Dictionary, added by Talon Campos)
- An adorable but tough girl, who is a total s**t. Loves to sing and enjoys music. Although sometimes insecure, he is always there to help you regardless of what others say. You can count on her for a shoulder to cry on, and she has a funny and mischievous mind. Neat as a nut. Intelligent and smart, but can sometimes be a bit naive. (in Community Dictionary, added by Gavin Lamb)
- A very spirited girl, usually blonde and fun. (in Community Dictionary, added by Naima Gordon)
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