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Girl Names Ending with -ty

Ty ending baby names and what they mean, with 69 results. -ty names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these girl names was at its apex 86 years ago (USAGE OF 5.27%) and is now significantly lower (USAGE 0.57%, 89% LESS), with names like Cristy becoming somewhat dated. Felicity (#356), Liberty (#541) and Serenity (#72) are three of the more fashionable girl names here, while Finerty (TOP 28%) and Lamberty (18%) are common -ty last names.

-ty names

Amity - Christy | Dimity - Kitty | Kourty - Patty | Purity - Verity

Amity - Christy


Source fr. Latin language. "Friendship, harmony." Amily is also a moderately common baby name. See also Anita.

Berty1, Berrty
Var. of Bertha. Root fr. Old German. "Bright, famous." Uncommon, but Berrty, Berty (79%) are similar to common -ty surnames Banty (UPPER 97%), Batty (9%).

Form of Alberta. Source fr. Old English. "Noble, bright." Berty, like the similar Berny, occurs more often as a last name. Gender-neutral name.

Form of Roberta. Derivative of Old English, Old German languages. "Bright fame." Cross-gender use. Not Top 2000 name.

Form of Gilberte. Based on Old German language. "Bright promise." Scarce as a girls' name, but Berty is similar to the more common Berry. Unisex name.

Elizabeth and variants

Tetty, Betty1
Var. of Elizabeth. From Hebrew language. "God is my oath." Betty and Tetty became less trendy in 2016, dropping on average -25 positions as girls' names with Betty leading the fall.

Stems fr. Dutch, English, Hebrew words. "God is my oath." Betty became less trendy last year, falling -50 positions as a children's name to reach #1337. See also Betia.

Var. of Brittany. Derivative of Latin. "From Brittany or Britain." Britty was not among 2016's Top names. See also Brita.

Source fr. English element. From a dialectal pet name for .. Not that prominent as a birth name, Bunty exists more commonly as a surname. See also Bindy.

Katherine and variants

Kitty1, Katy1, Kaity1, Caty1, Caity1
Forms of Katherine. Origin fr. Greek word. "Pure." Katy is a Top 2000 baby name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ty names: Amity, Betty, Charity, Chasity, Chassity

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ty names: Chastity, Christy, Cristy, Katy, Kirsty

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ty names: Kitty, Kristy

Kitty2, Katy2, Kaity2, Caty2, Caity2
Var. of Catherine. Stems fr. Greek word. "Pure." Katy and Kitty have fallen off in popularity as baby names circa 1880-1889.

Var. of Caitlin. Derivative of Old French, Greek words. "Pure." Not in popularity charts.

Var. of Cassidy. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Curly-headed." Cassity is not frequently used as a children's name.

Charity and variants

Charity, var. Sharity, Charty1, Chariety, Chairity
From Latin word. "Dear, beloved." Charty and variants soared in popularity 5 decades ago and are now less widespread, with Charity becoming less trendy.

Lotty, Charty2
Var. of Charlotte. Derivative of Old German. "Free man." Not Top 2000 names.

Chasity and variants

Chasity1, var. Chassity1
From Latin word. "Pure." Chasity was a Top birth name in 2016.

Chastity and variants

Chastity, var. Chasty, Chassity2, Chasity2, Chasaty
Root fr. Latin. "Pure." Chasity (UPPER 20%) and Chastity (30%) are recognizable first names, whereas Chasaty, Chassity and Chasty are atypical.

Christina and variants

Kristy1, Cristy1, Christy1, Chrissty
Forms of Christina. Stems fr. Latin language. "Follower of Christ." Christy (TOP 2%), Kristy (38%) and Cristy (45%) are found commonly as last names.

Christine and variants

Kirsty, Christy2
Var. of Christine. Source fr. French, Latin. "Follower of Christ." Somewhat popular as children's names, Christy and Kirsty are similar to the common Kirstie.

Christy3, var. Krysty, Kristy2, Khristy, Cristy2
Stems fr. Latin element. "Follower of Christ." Christy (UPPER 2%), Cristy (45%) and Kristy (38%) appear commonly as last names.

Quick Reference

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

1. Amity - Christy
Amity, Bertha [Berty, Berrty], Alberta [Berty], Roberta [Berty], Gilberte [Berty], Elizabeth [Tetty, Betty], Betty, Brittany [Britty], Bunty, Katherine [Katy, Caty, Kitty, Kaity, ..], Catherine [Katy, Caty, Kitty, Kaity, ..], Caitlin [Caity], Cassidy [Cassity], Charity [Charty, Sharity, Chariety, Chairity], Charlotte [Lotty, Charty], Chasity [Chassity], Chastity [Chasty, Chasity, Chasaty, Chassity], Christina [Kristy, Cristy, Christy, Chrissty], Christine [Kirsty, Christy], Christy [Krysty, Kristy, Cristy, Khristy]

Dimity, Dorothy [Dotty], Dusty, Hester [Etty, Hetty], Etta [Etty], Henrietta [Etty, Hetty, Hatty], Esther [Etty, Hetty], Felicia [Felicity], Felicity, Fidelity, Gertrude [Gerty], Harriet [Hatty], Mehitabel [Hitty, Hetty], Honesty, Justine [Justy], Katie [Katy], Krista [Kristy, Khristy], Kirsty, Kirsten [Kirsty], Kitty

Courtney [Kourty], Letitia [Letty], Aleta [Letty], Liberty, Lottie [Lotty], Majesta [Majesty], Martha [Marty], Martina [Marty], Matilda [Matty], Aminta [Minty], Minta [Minty], Misty, Modesty, Natalie [Natty], Nettie [Netty], Anne [Netty], Nanette [Netty], Antonia [Netty], Antoinette [Netty], Patricia [Patty]

Purity, Sarah [Sarahity], Serena [Serenity], Serenity, Hyacinth [Sinty], Trinity, Unity, Vanity, Verity [Verety]

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