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Girl Names Ending with -ney
Ney ending baby names and what they mean, with 60 results. These girl names reached the peak of their popularity in 1990 (ADOPTION OF 2.39%) and are now much less common (ADOPTION 0.37%, 84.6% LESS), with names such as Brittaney becoming less trendy. Lainey (#577) and Laney (#644) are two of the more fashionable baby names in this list, while Money (TOP 3%) and Roney (4%) are popular -ney surnames. Here is the list of -ney names for boys.
Bethaney - DeneyBetheney, Bethaney
Forms of Bethany. Root fr. Hebrew word. Possibly means "house of figs" .. Rare, but Bethaney, Betheney are similar to popular surnames Berney (UPPER 15%), Bitney (39%), which also end with -ney.Bianey
Var. of Bianca. Derivative of Italian element. "White, pure." Bianey is not in the Top 2000. See also Binny.Bladeney
Form of Blake. Source fr. Old English language. "Black, dark; pale." Not Top 2000 name.Bonney
Form of Bonnie. Source fr. Scottish element. "Fine, attractive, pretty." Not in Top 2000. See also Bianey.Bryttney, Brittney1▼, Brittiney, Britteney, Brittaney▼, Britney1▼, Britiney1, Britiney2, Bridney, Brettney, Brettiney
Forms of Brittany. Derived fr. Latin word. "From Brittany or Britain." Britney, Brittaney and Brittney have waned in favor as birth names since 1990.Briney
Var. of Brianna. Root fr. Irish, Gaelic, Celtic elements. "High, noble, exalted." Rare as a children's name, but Briney is similar to the more conventional Briley. See also Brenee.Britney2▼, var. Brittney2▼
.. the phonetic spelling ensures a two .. Used frequently as baby names, Britney and Brittney are similar to the popular Brittny.Chaney, var. Chayney, Chainey
Based on Middle English, Old French languages. "Candle maker." Chaney is commonly used as a girls' name among these variations.Chastney
Var. of Chastity. Source fr. Latin. "Pure." Chastney was not a Top birth name in 2015.Chesney, var. Chessney
Derived fr. Old English element. Place name referring to a camp. Chessney and forms rose in popularity 10 years ago.
Var. of Constance. Derived fr. Latin language. "Constant, steadfast." Conrey (UPPER 24%), Conley (1%) are conventional surnames. See also Cinny.Courtney▼, var. Quartney, Kourtney▼, Kortney▼, Kordney, Courteney, Cortney▼, Cordney, Corteney
Derivative of Old French. "Domain of Curtius." Courtney, Cortney, Courteney, Kortney and Kourtney are more familiar as girls' names among these versions.Cydney, var. Cidney
Based on Old English. "Wide island." Unique. Cydney and Cidney are not found in the US Demographics.Dabney
Derivative of Old French. "From Aubigny." Cross-gender use. Dabney was not among 2015's Top names.Danney, Daney1
Forms of Danielle. Stems fr. Hebrew, French elements. "God is my Judge." Not in Top 2000.Daney2
Var. of Dana. Derived fr. Old English language. "From Denmark." Daney is uncommon as a women's name, occurring regularly (upper 29%) as a surname. See also Danea.Daphney
Form of Daphne. From Greek. "Laurel tree." Daphnee is a somewhat popular baby name. See also Dabney.Daveney
From French. .. May be used as a variant .. Daveney is not in the Top 2000. See also Dabney.Delaney, var. Delainey
Stems fr. Old French word. "From the alder grove." Popular as birth names, Delaney and Delainey are comparable to the common Delana.Deney
Form of Denise. Source fr. French element. "Follower of Dionysius." Outside Top 2000. See also Dane.