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pinWhat does Aimee mean?

Aimee /ai-mee/ as a girls' name is pronounced ay-MEE, ay-MAY. It is of Old French and Latin origin, and the meaning of Aimee is "beloved".

From French "aimer" meaning "to love", from Latin "amare". Variant of Amy. Saint Ame of France (seventh century), also called Amatus. Used in French since the Middle Ages. Evangelist Aimée Semple McPherson.


Aimee has 4 variants: Aime, Aimey, Aimie and Amey.

Aimee has 15 more relations via Amy: Aimy, Ame, Amee, Ami, Amia, Amice, Amie, Amiee, Amil, Ammie, Amya, Amye, Aymee, Aymi and Esme.

Aimee has 1 masculine form: Aime.

Kreatif forms: Aima, Almee, Armee. [more]

pinHow popular is Aimee?

Aimee is a very popular first name for women (#503 out of 4276, Top 12%) but a rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Shown below is the birth name popularity of Aimee for girls. Aimee reached its apex rank of #151 in the U.S. in the 1970s, and is at #815 presently. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Aimee name in U.S.

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

Below is a graphed comparison of the usage of Aimee and affiliated names. Prominent varying forms of Aimee (#815 via latest list) are Ami, Amia (#709 via latest list), Amie, Ammie, Amy (#148), Amya (#825) and Esme (#816). Other forms, like Aymi, are uncommon. These forms of Aimee reached the top of their popularity during 1970-1979 (average #631) and are somewhat less conventional today (#789, 42.7%), with the forms Aimee, Ami, Amie and Amya becoming less trendy. Amy has historically been the top pick of parents, although Amia seems to be getting popular too. (Top 1000 Birth Names Records, 2014)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Aimee, Ami, Amia, Amie, Ammie in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Amy, Amya, Esme in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Aimee, Amy, Esme outside U.S.

pinSimilar Names

Recommended similar baby names are Aidee, Ailee and Aine. These names tend to be less frequently used than Aimee.