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Boy Names Ending with -leigh

Leigh ending baby names and what they mean, with 74 results. -leigh names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the top of their popularity during 1890-1899 and have become much less widespread since, with names such as Raleigh becoming less stylish. Schleigh (TOP 48%) and Hensleigh (75%) are conventional -leigh last names. Here is the list of -leigh names for girls.

-leigh names

Ackleigh - Crosleigh | Dunleigh - Kimberleigh | Langleigh - Rockleigh | Rowleigh - Yardleigh

Ackleigh - Crosleigh

Ackerleigh, Ackleigh
Forms of Ackerley. Root fr. Old English word. "Oak meadow." Uncommon. Ackleigh, Ackerleigh, similar to Ashleigh, have the unconventional androgynous -igh ending.

Ainsleigh1
Form of Ainsley. Stems fr. Old English. "Only hermitage wood or clearing." Rare. Ainsleigh (compare Annsleigh, Ansleigh) has the -gh suffix. Unisex name.

Ansleigh, Annsleigh, Ainsleigh2
Forms of Ansley. From Old English word. "Hermitage field." Unique. Ainsleigh, Annsleigh, Ansleigh (cf. Attleigh, Ackleigh) use the -gh suffix.

Harley and variants

Harleigh, Arleigh1
Forms of Harley. Origin fr. Old English language. "Hare meadow; rock meadow." Common, and Arleigh, Harleigh are similar to popular last names Amigh (TOP 96%), Ameigh (52%), with the -gh suffix.

Arleigh2
Var. of Arley. Derivative of Old English. "Hare meadow." Less widespread today. Arleigh was last listed in 1900-1909 in the Top 2000. Cross-gender use.

Ashleigh
Form of Ashley. Stems fr. Old English language. "Ash meadow." Cross-gender use. Unusual. Ashleigh (cf. Ainsleigh) ends with the androgynous -igh.

Attleigh, Atleigh
Var. of Atley. Derived fr. Old English word. "The meadow." Not in Top 2000.

Baileigh
Var. of Bailey. Stems fr. Old English word. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." Baileigh is not a Top 2000 name. Unisex name.

Beverleigh
Var. of Beverly. Origin fr. Old English. "Beaver stream." Not Top 2000 name.

Blakeleigh
Form of Blakely. Origin fr. Old English. "Dark meadow; pale meadow." Rare, with the unconventional -igh suffix for Blakeleigh, like Bradleigh, Baileigh.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -leigh names: Arleigh, Burleigh

Bosleigh
Var. of Bosley. From Middle English. "Meadow near the woods." Bosleigh was not among 2016's Top names.

Bradleigh
Var. of Bradley. Source fr. Old English language. "Broad meadow." Bradleigh is not in the Top 2000. Gender-neutral name.

Brawleigh, Brauleigh
Forms of Brawley. Based on Old English word. "Meadow at the slope of the hill." Brauleigh and Brawleigh were not among 2016's Top names.

Brinleigh
Var. of Brinley. Source fr. Old English. "Burnt meadow." Not in Top 2000. See also Bromleigh.

Bromleigh
Var. of Bromley. Source fr. Old English element. "Meadow where broom grows." Bromleigh was not a Top birth name in 2016.

Burleigh and variants

Burleigh, var. Byrleigh
Based on Old English language. "Meadow with knotty-trunk trees." Burleigh and variants peaked in popularity in the 1930s.

Carleigh
Var. of Carley. Derived fr. Middle English. "Farmer's meadow." Carleigh was not a Top birth name in 2016. Unisex name.

Chesleigh
Var. of Chesley. Stems fr. Old English, Latin. "Meadow of the camp." Also used for girls. Chesleigh is not a Top 2000 name.

Cranleigh
Var. of Cranley. Derivative of Old English element. "Meadow with the cranes." Cranleigh is an intermittently used men's name.

Crosleigh
Var. of Crosley. From Old English word. "Meadow of the cross." Unusual, with the unusual -igh suffix for Crosleigh, like Cranleigh, Carleigh.

Quick Reference

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

1. Ackleigh - Crosleigh
Ackerley [Ackleigh, Ackerleigh], Ainsley [Ainsleigh], Ansley [Ansleigh, Annsleigh, Ainsleigh], Harley [Arleigh, Harleigh], Arley [Arleigh], Ashley [Ashleigh], Atley [Atleigh, Attleigh], Bailey [Baileigh], Beverly [Beverleigh], Blakely [Blakeleigh], Bosley [Bosleigh], Bradley [Bradleigh], Brawley [Brawleigh, Brauleigh], Brinley [Brinleigh], Bromley [Bromleigh], Burleigh [Byrleigh], Carley [Carleigh], Chesley [Chesleigh], Cranley [Cranleigh], Crosley [Crosleigh]


Dunley [Dunleigh, Dunnleigh], Farley [Leigh, Farleigh, Farrleigh, Fairleigh], Farnley [Fernleigh, Farnleigh], Fernley [Fernleigh, Farnleigh], Grantland [Grantleigh], Greeley [Greeleigh], Grimsley [Grimsleigh], Hadley [Leigh, Hadleigh], Hagley [Hagleigh], Haley [Haleigh, Hayleigh], Hanley [Henleigh, Hanleigh, Handleigh], Hartley [Hartleigh], Hawley [Hawleigh], Hedley [Headleigh], Horsley [Horsleigh], Huntley [Huntleigh], Hurley [Hurleigh], Huxley [Huxleigh], Kenley [Kenleigh], Kimberly [Kimberleigh]


Langley [Langleigh], Finlay [Leigh], Lee [Leigh], Lindley [Lindleigh], Linley [Linleigh], Manley [Manleigh], Marley [Marleigh], Morley [Morleigh], Oakley [Oakleigh], Penley [Penleigh, Pennleigh], Presley [Presleigh], Radley [Radleigh], Raleigh [Rawleigh], Ransley [Ransleigh], Redley [Redleigh], Ridgeley [Ridgleigh, Ridgeleigh], Ridley [Ridleigh], Ripley [Ripleigh], Risley [Risleigh], Rockley [Rockleigh]


Rowley [Rowleigh], Ryley [Ryleigh], Shepley [Shepleigh], Smedley [Smedleigh], Sully [Sulleigh], Thornley [Thornleigh], Townsend [Townleigh], Wadley [Wadleigh], Wakeley [Wakeleigh], Wardley [Wardleigh], Wesley [Westleigh], Wetherly [Wetherleigh], Wheatley [Wheatleigh], Yardley [Yardleigh]

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