What does Ainsleigh mean?
Ainsleigh [ainsleigh] as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Ainsleigh) is of Old English origin, and Ainsleigh means "only hermitage wood or clearing". Ainsleigh is an alternate spelling of Ainsley (Old English). Originally a place name: from Annesley.
(male) Middle name pairings:
Ainsleigh Amalia (A.A.), ..
How popular is Ainsleigh?
Ainsleigh is a rare first name for women. Ainsleigh is a rare surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Ainsley (#339 a year ago) and Ansley (#620) are the prominent varying forms of Ainsleigh (not ranked). Other variants, like Aynsley, are seldom used. These forms of Ainsleigh were popular with parents in 2015 (usage of 0.1%). Ainsley and Ansley are two of the more chic names for newborns in this list. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Ainsleigh is alike in pronunciation to Ainslaeigh, Annsleigh and Ansleigh. Other recommended names are Ailish, Ailith, Aisiah, Aislin, Aisling, Aislinn▲, Aleigha, Analeigh, Analeisa, Annaleisa, Annesleigh, Annslea, Anslea, Anslie, Arleigh, Asheleigh, Ashleigh▼, Aubreigh, Baileigh, Baleigh, Bayleigh, Bentleigh, Bradleigh, Bryleigh▲, Caileigh, Caleigh, Carleigh, Cayleigh, Ceileigh, Charleigh▲, Chesleigh, Chesneigh, Darseigh, Deneigh, Dorseigh (see Dorsey), Emmaleigh, Fernleigh, Hadleigh▲, Haileigh, Haleigh▼, Harleigh, Hayleigh, Hedleigh (see Hadley), Holleigh, Joleigh, Kaeleigh, Kaileigh, Kaleigh▼, Karleigh, Kayleigh▲, Kaylleigh, Kelleigh, Kelseigh, Kempleigh (see Kempley), Kyleigh, Langleigh, Lesleigh, Lindseigh, Marleigh▲, Nataleigh, Nelseigh, Raileigh, Raleigh, Rawleigh, Rileigh, Shirleigh, Sidneigh, Sivneigh (see Sivney), Tierneigh and Vannaleigh. These names tend to be more frequently used than Ainsleigh.See names in meaning and etymology.