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Boy Names Ending with -lee

Lee ending baby names and what they mean, with 62 results. -lee names are used more often as feminine names. These boy names were at the peak of their popularity in the 1890s (adoption of 0.38%) and have become significantly less widespread since (adoption 0.05%, 87.2% less), with names like Lee becoming less stylish. Bentlee (#755) is the most fashionable baby name among these, while Delee (top 19%) and Glee (41%) are familiar -lee last names. Here is the list of -lee names for girls.

-lee names

Ainslee - Fairlee | Farnlee - Langlee | Lee - Townlee | Waverlee - Yardlee

Ainslee - Fairlee

Ainslee1, Aynslee
Forms of Ainsley. From Old English. "Only hermitage wood or clearing." Unusual. Compare Ainslee, Aynslee with common last names Allee (upper 8%), Alee (85%), which also end with -lee.

Var. of Ansley. Based on Old English language. "Hermitage field." Not Top 2000 name. Unisex name.

Atley and variantsAtlee1, Attlee
Forms of Atley. Derivative of Old English word. "The meadow." Less widespread today. Atlee was the version last recorded (1910-1919) in the Top 2000.

Var. of Adlai. Stems fr. Hebrew language. "God is just." Less popular today. Atlee was last listed in the 1910s in the Top 2000. See also Atley.

Bailey and variantsBailee, Baillee, Baylee
Var. of Bailey. From Old English. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." Bailee, Baillee and Baylee are barely found as male names.

Form of Baxley. Based on Middle English element. "Baker's meadow." Not in Top 2000. See also Boslee.

Bentley and variantsBentlee, Lee1
Var. of Bentley. Source fr. Old English element. "Bent grass meadow." Usage of Lee as a baby name has waned since 1880-1889.

Form of Berkeley. From Old English. "The birch tree meadow." Berklee is not a Top 2000 name.

Form of Blakely. Derived fr. Old English element. "Dark meadow; pale meadow." Blakelee is rarely adopted as a boys' name. Also used for girls.

Var. of Bosley. Stems fr. Middle English element. "Meadow near the woods." Not in Top 2000. See also Baxlee.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -lee names: Atlee, Baylee, Bentlee, Bradlee, Lee

Bradley and variantsBradlee, Lee2
Forms of Bradley. Stems fr. Old English word. "Broad meadow." Bradlee and Lee are Top 2000 baby names.

Form of Branley. Origin fr. Old English word. "Raven meadow." Branlee is rarely used as a baby name. See also Brinley.

Brinlee, Brynlee
Forms of Brinley. Based on Old English element. "Burnt meadow." Brinlee and Brynlee are scarcely used as male names, and Brinlee is found frequently (upper 22%) as a last name.

Form of Brockley. From Old English word. "Meadow of the badger." Unusual. Brocklee (compare Brodee) uses the androgynous -ee suffix.

Var. of Bromley. Derivative of Old English. "Meadow where broom grows." Bromlee is not frequently used as a children's name. See also Brynlee.

Root fr. American. Probably an invented name of Bryan .. Unisex name. Brylee was not a Top birth name in 2015.

Form of Chesley. Derivative of Old English, Latin words. "Meadow of the camp." Ceslee and Chaslee are creative variations.

Var. of Cranley. Stems fr. Old English word. "Meadow with the cranes." Cranlee was not among 2015's Top names. See also Branlee.

Form of Crosley. Based on Old English language. "Meadow of the cross." Rare as a boys' name.

Farley and variantsFairlee, Farlee, Lee3
Forms of Farley. Based on Old English. "Fern wood." Fairlee and Farlee are more unconventional as boys' names among the variant forms of Farley.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -lee names for boys.

1. Ainslee - Fairlee
Ainsley [Ainslee, Aynslee], Ansley [Ainslee], Atley [Atlee, Attlee], Adlai [Atlee], Bailey [Baylee, Bailee, Baillee], Baxley [Baxlee], Bentley [Lee, Bentlee], Berkeley [Berklee], Blakely [Blakelee], Bosley [Boslee], Bradley [Lee, Bradlee], Branley [Branlee], Brinley [Brinlee, Brynlee], Brockley [Brocklee], Bromley [Bromlee], Brylee, Chesley [Cheslee], Cranley [Cranlee], Crosley [Crosslee], Farley [Lee, Farlee, Fairlee]

Fernley [Farnlee, Fernlee], Farnley [Farnlee], Finlay [Lee, Finlee], Hadley [Hadlee], Hagley [Haglee], Hanley [Hanlee, Henlee], Harley [Harlee], Hartley [Hartlee], Henley [Henlee], Hernley [Hernlee], Hockley [Hocklee], Huntley [Huntlee], Hurley [Hurlee], Huxley [Huxlee], July [Julee], Kenley [Kenlee], Kingsley [Kinslee], Kirkley [Kirklee], Knightley [Knightlee], Langley [Langlee]

Leonard [Lee], Ashley [Lee], Leo [Lee], Leroy [Lee], Lee, Leander [Lee], Leslie [Leslee], Lindley [Lindlee], Linley [Linlee], Morley [Morlee], Oakley [Oaklee], Presley [Presslee], Radley [Radlee], Ridgeley [Ridglee], Risley [Rislee], Rockley [Rocklee], Rowley [Rowlee], Riley [Rylee], Stanley [Stanlee], Townsend [Townlee]

Waverley [Waverlee], Yardley [Yardlee]

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