Names ending with -ee for boys
Ace - BradleyPage 1/7 of 121 -ee grouped names.
[Acee, .. 3 more] Form of Ace 1 From English language. "Number one, the best." Not in Top 1000. See also Acel.
[Atlee, .. 5 more] Var. of Adlai 2 Based on Hebrew element. "God is just." Not Top 1000 name. See also Attley. ..
[Amadee, .. 16 more] Form of Amadeus 4 Stems fr. Latin. "God's love." Not in popularity charts. Cross-gender use.
Anfernee▼ 5 .. His name may be a phonetic .. Outside Top 1000.
[Ainslee, .. 12 more] Form of Ansley 6 Source fr. Old English. "Hermitage field." Rare. Ainslee, like Atlee, ends with the androgynous -lee. Cross-gender use. ..
[Lee▼, .. 15 more] Var. of Ashley 7 From Old English language. "Ash meadow." Listed in Top 1000. Also used for girls.
[Barnabee, .. 16 more] Var. of Barnabas 10 Derivative of Greek, Aramaic elements. "Son of consolation." Not in popularity charts. ..
[Barree, .. 8 more] Form of Barry 11 Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Fair-haired." Not in popularity charts. See also Barret. ..
[Baxlee, .. 3 more] Form of Baxley 12 Origin fr. Middle English language. "Baker's meadow." Rare. Baxlee, like Branlee, uses the androgynous -lee ending. See also Baylee.
[Benjee, .. 28 more] Form of Benjamin 13 Stems fr. Hebrew. "Son of the right hand." Not Top 1000 name. ..
[Berklee, .. 12 more] Var. of Berkeley 15 Based on Old English word. "The birch tree meadow." Outside Top 1000. ..
[Birkee, .. 2 more] Form of Birkey 16 From Middle English language. "Island of birch trees." Outside Top 1000. See also Birk.
[Blakelee, .. 3 more] Var. of Blakely 17 Origin fr. Old English word. "Dark meadow; pale meadow." Outside Top 1000. Cross-gender use. ..
[Bobbee, .. 3 more] Var. of Bob 18 Root fr. Old English language. .. Bobbie and Bobby are pet forms .. Not in popularity charts. Gender-neutral name.
[Boslee, .. 3 more] Var. of Bosley 19 Origin fr. Middle English. "Meadow near the woods." Unique, with the -lee suffix for Boslee like Branlee.
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -ee names for boys.Ace - Bradley
Ace [Acee], Adlai [Atlee], Ainsley [Aynslee], Amadeus [Amadee], Anfernee▼, Ansley [Ainslee], Ashley [Lee▼], Atley [Attlee], Bailey [Baylee, ..], Barnabas [Barnabee], Barry [Barree], Baxley [Baxlee], Benjamin [Benjee], Bentley [Lee▼], Berkeley [Berklee], Birkey [Birkee], Blakely [Blakelee], Bob [Bobbee], Bosley [Boslee], Bradley [Lee▼]Branley - Elisha
Branley [Branlee], Brinley [Brynlee], Brockley [Brocklee], Brody [Brodee], Bromley [Bromlee], Brylee, Busby [Busbee], Cadby [Cadbee], Cherokee, Chesley [Cheslee], Colby [Colbee], Corey [Coree], Cranley [Cranlee], Cree, Crosley [Crosslee], Dabney [Dabnee], Dee▼, Dorsey [Dorsee], Dundee, Elisha [Elisee]Farley - Hurley
Farley [Lee▼, ..], Farnley [Farnlee], Felix [Fee], Fernley [Fernlee], Finlay [Lee▼], Freeman [Free], Geoffrey [Jeffree], Grady [Gradee], Guthrie [Guthree], Hadley [Hadlee], Hagley [Haglee], Hanley [Henlee], Harley [Harlee], Hartley [Hartlee], Harvey [Harvee], Henley [Henlee], Hernley [Hernlee], Hockley [Hocklee], Huntley [Huntlee], Hurley [Hurlee]Huxley - Leroy
Huxley [Huxlee], Jamie [Jamee], Jarvis [Jarvee], Jaycee [Jayvee], Jeffrey [Jeffree], Jeremy [Jeramee], Jim [Jimmee], July [Julee], Kasi [Kasee], Kaycee, Kenley [Kenlee], Kingsley [Kinslee], Kirkley [Kirklee], Knightley [Knightlee], Langley [Langlee], Leander [Lee▼], Lee▼, Leo [Lee▼], Leonard [Lee▼], Leroy [Lee▼]Leslie - Riley
Leslie [Leslee], Lindley [Lindlee], Lindsay [Lindsee], Linley [Linlee], Maccabee [Makabee], Magee [Mcgee, ..], Mercury [Mercuree], Morley [Morlee], Murphy [Murphee], Nyree, Oakley [Oaklee], Pawnee, Presley [Presslee], Rabi [Rabee], Radley [Radlee], Rafi [Rafee], Ravi [Ravee], Remy [Remee], Ridgeley [Ridglee], Riley [Rylee]Risley - Yardley
Risley [Rislee], Rockley [Rocklee], Rodney [Rodnee], Rowley [Rowlee], Rudy [Rudee], Santos [Santee], Shawnee, Stanley [Stanlee], Tavi [Tavee], Tavis [Tavee], Tennessee, Tobias [Tobee], Toby [Tobee], Townsend [Townlee], Tyree▼, Umi [Umee], Vernon [Vernee], Waunakee, Waverley [Waverlee], Yardley [Yardlee]Zebediah - Zebediah