What does Alexie mean?
Alexie [alex-ie] as a girls' name is of Greek derivation, and the meaning of the name Alexie is "man's defender". Alexie is an alternate spelling of Alexandra (Greek): Latinate feminine version of Alexander.
23 more alternative forms via Alexandra: Aleka, Aleki, Alessia, Alex, Alexena, Alexene, Alexina, Alexine, Alexis▼, Ali, Alie, Aliki, Alix, Alle, Allexa, Allexina, Allexine, Alli, Allie▲, Allix, Lexi▲, Lexie and Lexine.Creative forms:
(female) Aledie, ..
(male) Alexer, .. Middle name pairings:
Alexie Jaycie (A.J.), ..
How popular is Alexie?
Alexie is a rare given name for women but a very popular last name for all people (#42830 out of 150436, Top 28%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Alexie entered the list in 1998 and reached its peak position of #1976 in the U.S. then, but is not listed currently. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Alexa (#32 via latest list), Alexis (#86), Alexandra (#101), Allie (#255), Lexi (#308), Alexia (#318), Lexie (#713), Alessia (#1176), Ali (#1278), Alex (#1290), Alli, Alexina, Alexi and Alix are the popular variation forms of Alexie rated in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Allix, are seldom used. These forms of Alexie were popular as baby names in 1999 (usage of 2.68%) and have become much less widespread since (usage 1.21%, down 54.7%), with versions such as Alexandra falling out of fashion. Alexandra is more familiar than the rest, although Lexi appears to be becoming a favorite too.
Similar NamesRecommended names are Adelie, Alais, Alcee, Alease, Aleceea, Alecia▼, Aleece, Aleecia, Aleesa, Aleeza, Aleine, Alene▼, Alenne, Alesha▼, Aleshia, Alesia▼, Alessa, Alessi, Aletia, Alette, Alexius, Alexus▼, Alexys, Aleyne, Alfie, Alice▼, Alicia▼, Alis, Alise, Alisia, Alisse, Aliz, Alize▼, Allecia, Alleece, Allerie, Allfie, Allice, Allis, Allyce, Allyse, Aloise, Alvie, Alyce▼, Alycia▼, Alyse, Alysia▼, Alysse, Alyx, Amelie▲, Anelie, Araxie, Arelie and Averie▲. These names tend to be more frequently used than Alexie.See names in meaning and etymology.