Birkey - Eric
Page 1/3 of 17 -key grouped names.
Birkey 1 From Middle English word. "Island of birch trees." The variant form Birkey is scarcely used as a male name, and it occurs frequently (Top 74%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Birk.
[Rickey▼, .. 10 more] Var. of Broderick 2 Transferred use of the surname, which is derived from the Welsh personal name Rhydderch .. The variation Rickey is more widely used as a baby name among the different forms of the name. See also Rocky.
[Buckey, .. 3 more] Var. of Buck 3 From Old English word. The word for a male goat or deer, used as a given name or nickname that denotes a robust and spirited young man .. Seldom used as a name for babies, Buckey is found more conventionally as a last name.
[Rickey▼, .. 10 more] Var. of Cedric 4 Source fr. Old English element. "Kind and loved." Slightly uncommon as a birth name, Rickey is used more conventionally as a last name. See also Nickey. ..
[Rickey▼, .. 30 more] Var. of Eric 5 From Old Norse word. "Complete ruler." The form Rickey is more generally used as a boys' name among the different versions of the name. See also Rickie. ..
Summary of all names grouped by variations for -key names for boys.
[Birkey - Eric]
Birkey, Broderick [Rickey], Buck [Buckey], Cedric [Rickey], Eric [Rickey]
[Isaac - Rick]
Isaac [Ikey], Mac [Mackey], Mark [Markey], Micah [Mikey], Michael [Mikey, Mickey], Mike [Mickey], Nicholas [Nickey], Patrick [Packey], Richard [Rickey], Rick [Rickey]
[Ricky - Smokey]
Ricky [Rickey], Smokey