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Girl Names Ending with -lea

Lea ending baby names and what they mean, with 45 results. -lea names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these girl names reached its most widespread in 2013 (usage of 0.1%) and has remained as conventional to this day. Azalea (#581) is the most fashionable name for newborns here, while Mulea (top 71%) and Bolea (75%) are popular -lea surnames.

-lea names

Airlea - Clea | Fernlea - Nalea | Natalea - Whitelea

Airlea - Clea

Based on Greek word. "Ethereal." Unconventional, but Airlea is similar to popular -ea last names Alicea (upper 2%), Alyea (23%). See also Arlee.

Form of Aliya. Derivative of Hebrew word. "Exalted, sublime." Alea is familiar as a girls' name among the variant forms of Aliya. See also Alie.

Form of Amelia. Source fr. Latin, Old German words. "Rival, eager work." Amalea is unique as a baby name. See also Amilya.

Amalea2, Emelea, Emilea, Emillea
Var. of Emily. Based on Latin language. "Rival; laborious; eager." Emillea and variants are barely found as women's names.

Form of Amberly. .. Or a variant of Amber with .. Uncommon, with the unusual androgynous-sounding -ea ending for Amberlea, like Angelea. See also Ambereen.

Var. of Angel. Stems fr. Greek language. "Messenger; messenger of God." Angelea is widely used as a baby name compared to other variant forms. See also Angila.

Var. of Angela. Source fr. Greek element. "Messenger; angel, messenger of God." Anglea is a familiar (top 45%) given name, and appears often (top 50%) as a surname.

Annslea, Anslea
Forms of Ansley. Stems fr. Old English word. "Hermitage field." Annslea and Anslea are rarely occurring as given names.

Arlea, Harlea
Forms of Harley. Derivative of Old English language. "Hare meadow; rock meadow." Harlem is a slightly prominent baby name.

Var. of Ashley. Source fr. Old English element. "Ash meadow." Ashlea is commonly used as a children's name among the variant forms of Ashley. See also Azalea.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -lea names: Alea, Angelea, Anglea, Ashlea, Azalea

Derived fr. Greek language. "Dry." Adoption of Azalea as a children's name in 2015 was significantly more than in 2005. See also Amalea.

Var. of Bentley. Derivative of Old English language. "Meadow of bent grass." Compare surnames Bentle (top 36%), Bentley (1%). Gender-neutral name.

Form of Bradley. Derived fr. Old English language. "Broad meadow." Brenlea and Bridlea are creative forms.

Form of Cara. Root fr. Latin, Irish, Gaelic elements. "Beloved; friend." Rare. Caralea, like Charlea, Clea, ends with -ea. See also Carolee.

Form of Cecilia. Stems fr. Latin, Old Welsh words. "Blind; sixth." Not Top 2000 name.

Var. of Charlie. From Old German. "Free man." Unique. Charlea, like Cheslea, Chesea, has the favored -ea ending. See also Carlee.

Cheslea, Chesslea
Var. of Chesleigh. Derivative of Old English word. "Camp on the meadow." Cheslea and Chesslea are unique as girls' names.

Var. of Cleopatra. Derived fr. Greek element. "Glory of the father." Outside Top 2000. See also Cele.

Var. of Cleo. Root fr. Greek. Short form of Clotilde and Cleopatra. Clea is an irregularly used feminine name, appearing often (upper 58%) as a surname. See also Klea.

Clea3, var. Klea
Origin fr. Greek. "Glory." Not in Top 2000.

Quick Reference

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

1. Airlea - Clea
Airlea, Aliya [Alea], Amelia [Amalea], Emily [Amalea, Emelea, Emilea, Emillea], Amberly [Amberlea], Angel [Angelea], Angela [Anglea], Ansley [Anslea, Annslea], Harley [Arlea, Harlea], Ashley [Ashlea], Azalea, Bentley [Bentlea], Bradley [Bradlea], Cara [Caralea], Cecilia [Cecilea], Charlie [Charlea], Chesleigh [Cheslea, Chesslea], Cleopatra [Clea], Cleo [Clea], Clea [Klea]

Fernley [Fernlea], Gayle [Galea], Hadley [Hadlea, Hedlea], Hayley [Hailea, Haylea], Haley [Halea], Ja- [Jalea], Jenilee [Jenilea], Kalei [Kalea], Kaylee [Kaylea], Kempley [Kemplea], Kylie [Kilea, Kylea], Crystal [Krystlea, Krystlelea], Langley [Langlea], Lee [Lea], Leah [Lea], Leslie [Leslea], Malia [Malea], Marlene [Marlea], Merry [Marylea], Nalea

Natalie [Natalea], Sheila [Shilea], Shirley [Shirlea], Ta- [Talea], Whitley [Whitlea, Whitelea]

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