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What does Aeverie mean?

Aeverie Pronunciation of Aeverie [aev-er-ie] as a girls' name is of Old English derivation, and Aeverie means "elf counsel". Aeverie is a variant form of Avery (Old English).

Associated with: old english, elf.


Aeverie has 2 variants: Averi and Averie.

1 more relation via Avery: Avrie.

Creative forms:
(female) Aevero, Aevra, ..

(male) Aevar, Aeverne, ..

Middle name pairings:
Aeverie Maddie (A.M.), ..

How popular is Aeverie?

Aeverie is an unusual given name for females. Aeverie is an uncommon surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related girl names. Avery (#16 in recent rankings), Averie (#388) and Averi (#709) are the prominent related forms of Aeverie (not ranked). These forms of Aeverie were at the height of their popularity less than a decade ago (usage of 0.78%) and have remained as common to this day (usage 0.71%, 10%). Averie, Avery and Averi are three of the more chic baby names among these. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Averi, Averie, Avery in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Avery outside U.S.

Similar Names

Aeverie is alike in pronunciation to Ivorie. Other recommended names are Adrie, Aedelle, Aegeria, Aemelia, Aemilie, Aerenne, Aeriel, Aerin, Alberge (see Alberga), Alexie, Allerie, Allfrie, Almeria, Almerin (see Almarine), Almerine, Alveene, Alvera, Alverdine, Alverta, Alvie, Amberlie, Amelie, Andere, Anelie, Annelie, Annemie, Arelie, Arie, Arrie, Asteria, Auberte (see Alberta), Aubrie, Audrie, Aurelie, Avaril, Aveline, Averel, Averil, Averill, Averyl, Avie, Avriel, Avril, Berrie, Beverle (see Beverly), Beverlie, Bevie, Bevverlie (see Beverly), Cesarie, Cherie, Deidrie, Devanie, Genevie, Gerie, Gerrie, Henrie, Jeremie, Jerrie, Keelie, Kendrie, Kerrie, Leverne, Merrie, Neelie, Perrie, Scherie, Seelie, Sherie, Silverie, Teenie, Terie, Terrie, Valerie and Veretie. These names tend to be more frequently used than Aeverie.

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