Names Ending with -ay for Girls
Adora - DayPage 1/4 of 65 -ay grouped names.
[Adoray, .. 14 more] Form of Adora 1 From Greek, Old German, Latin. "A gift; beloved; adored." Not in popularity charts. See also Adra.
[Anastay, .. 46 more] Var. of Anastasia 2 Root fr. Greek language. "Resurrection." Unconventional, but Anastay is comparable to popular last name Asay (upper 9%), with the -ay suffix. ..
[Annamay, .. 2 more] Form of Annemae 3 Combined form of Ann and May. Not in Top 1000. See also Annimae.
[Ashantay, .. 14 more] Var. of Ashanti 4 Source fr. Ghanaian element. .. Today, names associated with the empire .. Ashanadeo and Ashanadi are kreatif forms.
[Ashlay, .. 21 more] Form of Ashley 5 Derivative of Old English language. "Ash meadow." Not that popular as a girls' name. See also Asela.
Bay 6 Origin fr. Old French, Latin languages. "Berry." Gender-neutral name. Not Top 1000 name. ..
[Carondalay, .. 1 more] Form of Carondelet 7 Geography name .. Rather uncommon as a children's name.
[Casseday, .. 22 more] Form of Cassidy 8 Based on Irish, Gaelic language. "Curly-headed." Outside Top 1000. ..
[Chenay, .. 20 more] Var. of Cha- 10 From American element. Combination of the Cha and Che .. Not Top 1000 name. See also Chyna.
[Chantay, .. 2 more] Var. of Chante 11 From French. "To sing." Chantay is frequently occurring (top 89%) as a first name. See also Chandy. ..
[Sharay, .. 28 more] Form of Cherie 14 Source fr. French element. "Dear, darling." Not Top 1000 name. See also Sharae. ..
[Claramay] Var. of Claramae 15 Root fr. English. A compound form of Clara with .. Outside Top 1000.
[Dashay, .. 13 more] Var. of Da- 17 Based on American word. .. Pronunciation emphasis is on the second .. Dashay is uncommon as a birth name. See also Daysha.
[Danay, .. 13 more] Form of Dana 18 Root fr. Old English word. "From Denmark." Not in Top 1000. See also Dani. ..
Day 20 Source fr. Old English language. "Day." Also a boys' name. Outside Top 1000.
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -ay names for girls.Adora - Day
Adora [Adoray], Anastasia [Anastay], Annemae [Annamay], Ashanti [Ashantay], Ashley [Ashlay], Bay, Carondelet [Carondalay], Cassidy [Casseday], Catherine [Cay, Kay], Cha- [Chenay], Chante [Chantay], Chantal [Shantay, Chantay, Chauntay], Chardonnay [Chardonay], Cherie [Sharay], Claramae [Claramay], Courtney [Kortnay, Courtnay, Courtenay, Kourtenay], Da- [Dashay], Dana [Danay], Danae [Danay, Denay, Dinay, Donnay], DayDe- - Love
De- [Deshay], Desiree [Deseray, Desiray, Deziray], Dorsey [Dorsay], Ellamae [Ellamay], Esme [Esmay], Faith [Fay], Fay [Fay], Gae [Gay], Gay, Haidee [Hyday], Holiday [Holladay, Holliday], Isla [Islay], Janae [Jenay, Jeanay, Jennay], Jay, Johnna [Jonay], Katherine [Cay, Kay], Kay, La- [Laday, Laray], Lindsay [Linsay, Lyndsay], Love [Loveday]Lyndsey - Shawna
Lyndsey [Lyndsay], Maia [May▼], Mary [May▼], May▼, Mckayla [Mckay], Monet [Monay], Rachel [Ray], Rae [Ray], Ramsay, Ray, Renata [Ranay, Rennay], Renee [Ranay, Renay], Ronni [Ronay], Rosae [Rosay], Sha- [Shanay, Sharay], Shanae [Shanay], Shantelle [Shantay], Shanti [Shantay], Sharde [Sharday], Shawna [Shauntay, Shawntay]Shea - Vivian
Shea [Shay], Shera [Sheray], Sherry [Cheray, Sheray], Tuesday, Vivian [Vevay]