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Names Ending with -key for Boys

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"KEY" baby names ending with -key are used more often as masculine names.

These boy names were at the peak of their popularity during 1950-1959 (usage of 0.1308%) and have become less popular since, with names like Mickey and Rickey becoming less stylish. Mulkey (top 4%) and Stuckey (2%) are common -key last names.

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of -key names: Mickey, Rickey

Birkey 1 Derived fr. Middle English. "Island of birch trees." Biakey and Brokey are kreatif variations.

[Rickey, .. 10 more] Var. of Broderick 2 .. Also possibly (Old German) "famous power". Uncommon. Rickey (cf. Rorey) ends with the favored androgynous -ey. See also Mickey.

[Buckey, .. 3 more] Form of Buck 3 From Old English. .. Actor Buck Henry. Unusual, with the androgynous-sounding -ey suffix for Buckey, like Blakeley.

[Rickey, .. 10 more] Form of Cedric 4 Root fr. Old English language. "Kind and loved." Not Top 1000 name. See also Richy. ..

[Rickey, .. 30 more] Var. of Eric 5 Derivative of Old Norse word. "Complete ruler." Outside Top 1000. See also Rocky. ..

[Ikey, .. 18 more] Form of Isaac 6 Root fr. Hebrew language. "Laughter." Not in Top 1000. See also Issy. ..

[Key, .. 1 more] Form of Keyes 7 Derived fr. Old English element. .. Also possibly from Kay "happy". Rare. Key, like Kenley, has the -ey ending. See also Keye.

[Mackey, .. 3 more] Var. of Mac 8 Based on Gaelic word. "Son of." Mackey (cf. Maclay) is a popular Ma- prefix surname. See also Massey. ..

[Markey, .. 17 more] Var. of Mark 9 Based on Latin element. "Dedicated to Mars." Unusual. Markey, like Macey, has the -ey ending. See also Marley. ..

[Mikey, .. 3 more] Var. of Micah 10 Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Who is like God?." Unique, with the common -ey ending for Mikey, like Maybrey. See also Mikel. ..

[Mickey, Mikey, .. 49 more] Forms of Michael 11 Based on Hebrew word. "Who is like God?." Mickey is conventional (upper 44%) as a masculine name, while Mikey is unique. ..

[Mickey, .. 1 more] Var. of Mike 12 Root fr. English element. .. The nicknames Mick and Mickey are .. Cross-gender use. Unique. Mickey (cf. Mersey) ends with -ey.

[Nickey, .. 60 more] Form of Nicholas 13 Root fr. Greek element. "People of victory." Not in Top 1000. See also Mickey. ..

[Packey, .. 24 more] Var. of Patrick 14 Root fr. Latin language. "Patrician, noble." Not Top 1000 name. ..

[Rickey, .. 32 more] Var. of Richard 15 Root fr. Old German language. "Powerful leader." Outside Top 1000. See also Nickey. ..

[Rickey, .. 14 more] Form of Rick 16 Based on English word. .. Humphrey Bogart's character in "Casablanca" was .. Rickey has diminished in popularity as a children's name since the 1950s. See also Ricki.

[Rickey, .. 2 more] Form of Ricky 17 Stems fr. Old German word. "Powerful leader; peaceful ruler." Unusual. Rickey (cf. Rudey) ends with the androgynous -ey. See also Rice. ..

Smokey 18 Name made famous by singer Smokey .. Not in popularity charts.

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Summary of names (grouped by variations) for -key names for boys.

Birkey - Smokey
Birkey, Broderick [Rickey], Buck [Buckey], Cedric [Rickey], Eric [Rickey], Isaac [Ikey], Keyes [Key], Mac [Mackey], Mark [Markey], Micah [Mikey], Michael [Mikey, Mickey], Mike [Mickey], Nicholas [Nickey], Patrick [Packey], Richard [Rickey], Rick [Rickey], Ricky [Rickey], Smokey