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Girl Names Ending with -eigh

Eigh ending baby names and what they mean, with 67 results. Adoption of these girl names was at its apex in 2011 (USAGE OF 0.3%) and is almost as widespread today (USAGE 0.3%, 19.5%), but with names such as Leigh becoming somewhat dated. The trendier girl names here are Charleigh (#528), Hadleigh (#954), Marleigh (#897), Bryleigh (#866) and Kayleigh (#326), while Macveigh (TOP 96%) and Shapleigh (51%) are familiar -eigh last names.

-eigh names

Ainslaeigh - Charleigh | Chelseigh - Kelleigh | Kelseigh - Shirleigh | Sidneigh - Whitneigh

Ainslaeigh - Charleigh

Ashley and variants

Ashleigh, Asheleigh, Ainslaeigh
Var. of Ashley. Source fr. Old English. "Ash meadow." Uncommon, with the -igh suffix for Ainslaeigh, Asheleigh, Ashleigh, like Annesleigh, Arleigh.

Form of Ainsley. Derived fr. Old English word. "Only hermitage wood or clearing." Aisleigh is a somewhat common baby name.


Var. of Ana. Based on Hebrew word. "Favored grace." Unconventional. Analeigh is not found in the US Demographics.

Ansley and variants

Ansleigh, Annsleigh, Annesleigh
Forms of Ansley. Root fr. Old English language. "Hermitage field." Unique. Annesleigh, Annsleigh, Ansleigh, like Arleigh, use the androgynous-sounding -igh ending.

Harley and variants

Harleigh, Arleigh1
Var. of Harley. Origin fr. Old English. "Hare meadow; rock meadow." Common. Compare Arleigh, Harleigh and popular last names Amigh (UPPER 96%), Ameigh (52%), with the -gh suffix.

Based on Old English element. "Hare-meadow." Cross-gender use. Not in Top 2000.


Var. of Aubrey. Derivative of Old German word. "Elf or magical being, power." Aubreigh is popular as a baby name compared to other forms.

Bailey and variants

Bayleigh, Baleigh, Baileigh
Var. of Bailey. Derived fr. Old English element. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." Baileigh, Baleigh and Bayleigh are more commonly used as girls' names compared to other variant forms.

Form of Bentley. Origin fr. Old English. "Meadow of bent grass." Rather quaint as a girls' name.

Form of Bradley. Based on Old English. "Broad meadow." Cross-gender use. Rather quaint as a children's name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -eigh names: Analeigh, Ansleigh, Ashleigh, Aubreigh, Baileigh

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -eigh names: Baleigh, Bayleigh, Bryleigh, Caleigh, Carleigh

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -eigh names: Cayleigh, Charleigh, Harleigh, Kaileigh, Kaleigh

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -eigh names: Karleigh, Kayleigh

Form of Breanna. Origin fr. English, Irish, Gaelic, Celtic. "High, noble, exalted." Breigh was not among 2015's Top names. See also Brighe.

Var. of Brittany. Stems fr. Latin language. "From Brittany or Britain." Not Top 2000 name.


Root fr. American word. Modern combination of Brynn and Ryleigh. Bryleigh was favored in 2015. See also Bayleigh.

Var. of Brylee. Based on American element. Probably an invented name of Bryana .. Adoption of Bryleigh peaked in 2015. See also Bayleigh.

Cayla and variants

Kayleigh1, Kaleigh1, Kaileigh1, Cayleigh1, Caleigh1, Caileigh
Var. of Cayla. Source fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Slim and fair." Caileigh is unconventional as a girls' name among the versions of Cayla.

Kaylleigh, Kayleigh2, Kaleigh2, Kaileigh2, Kaeleigh, Cayleigh2, Caleigh2
Forms of Kaylee. Origin fr. Gaelic language. "Slender." Caleigh, Kaleigh and Kayleigh are Top 2000 baby names.

Carly and variants

Karleigh, Carleigh1
Var. of Carly. From Latin word. "Free man." Carleigh and Karleigh are intermittently used as given names.


Form of Carla. Root fr. Old German. "Free man." Adoption of Carleigh as a baby name in 2015 was 38.8% more than the previous decade. Also used for boys.

Form of Cecilia. Root fr. Latin, Old Welsh words. "Blind; sixth." Ceileigh is scantly used as a women's name. See also Cayleigh.


Form of Charlie. Source fr. Old German. "Free man." Charleigh has gained in prominence as a baby name since 1880-1889.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -eigh names for girls.

1. Ainslaeigh - Charleigh
Ashley [Ashleigh, Asheleigh, Ainslaeigh], Ainsley [Ainsleigh], Ana [Analeigh], Ansley [Ansleigh, Annsleigh, Annesleigh], Harley [Arleigh, Harleigh], Arleigh, Aubrey [Aubreigh], Bailey [Baleigh, Baileigh, Bayleigh], Bentley [Bentleigh], Bradley [Bradleigh], Breanna [Breigh], Brittany [Brittneigh], Bryleigh, Brylee [Bryleigh], Cayla [Kaleigh, Cayleigh, Kaileigh, Kayleigh, ..], Kaylee [Kaleigh, Kaileigh, Kayleigh, Kaylleigh, ..], Carly [Carleigh, Karleigh], Carla [Carleigh], Cecilia [Ceileigh], Charlie [Charleigh]

Chelsea [Chelseigh], Chesleigh, Chesney [Chesneigh], Courtney [Cortneigh, Kourtneigh, Courteneigh], Daphne [Dafneigh], Darcie [Darceigh, Darseigh], Denise [Deneigh], Dorsey [Dorseigh], Emily [Emmaleigh], Fernley [Fernleigh], Fortney [Fortneigh], Hadley [Hadleigh, Hedleigh], Hayley [Haleigh, Haileigh, Hayleigh], Haley [Haleigh], Holly [Holleigh], Jolie [Joleigh], Callie [Kaleigh], Karla [Karleigh], Kelby [Kelbeigh], Kelly [Kelleigh]

Kelsey [Kelseigh], Kempley [Kempleigh], Kimberly [Kimberleigh, Kymberleigh], Kylie [Kyleigh], Langley [Langleigh], Leah [Leigh], Lee [Leigh], Leslie [Lesleigh], Lindsay [Lindseigh], Mallory [Malloreigh], Marlee [Marleigh], Natalie [Nataleigh], Nelsey [Nelseigh, Nellseigh], Raleigh [Raileigh, Rawleigh], Riley [Rileigh], Selby [Selbeigh], Shaneika [Shandeigh, Shanteigh], Shandy [Shandeigh], Shelby [Shelbeigh], Shirley [Shirleigh]

Sidney [Sidneigh], Sivney [Sivneigh], Terry [Tereigh, Terreigh], Tierney [Tierneigh], Trilby [Trilbeigh], Vanessa [Vannaleigh], Whitney [Whitneigh]

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