What does Aubrey mean?
Originally a man's name, from Norman French, that arrived in England with the Norman Conquest. This was the name, according to German mythology, of the king of the elves. American use of Aubrey is mainly as a girl's name, perhaps under the influence of Audrey.
Aubrey has 1 masculine form: Auberon.Kreatif forms:
(female) Arabrey, Arbrey, ..
(male) Aubar, Aubreylan, ..
How popular is Aubrey?
Aubrey is a very popular first name for women (#1065 out of 4276, Top 25%) and also a very popular last name for all people (#7133 out of 150436, Top 5%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Shown below is the birth name history of Aubrey for girls. Aubrey reached its top rank of #15 in the U.S. in the year 2012, and is presently at #20. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Popular variation forms of Aubrey (#20 the previous year) are Aubree (#61 the previous year), Aubreigh, Aubri (#827), Aubriana (#1081), Aubrianna (#970), Aubrie (#428), Aubriella (#920), Aubry, Audie, Audra (#1104), Audrea, Audree (#1360), Audrey (#36), Audrie (#1878) and Audry. Other variants, like Audrye, are seldom used. Usage of these forms of Aubrey was at its most widespread 1 year ago (median #1135) and has remained as conventional to this day (#1167, down 6.2%), but with versions like Audra becoming less stylish. The most fashionable birth names in this list are Aubree, Aubrey, Aubri, Aubrianna, Aubrie, Aubriella and Audrey.
Aubrey▲ is pronounced similarly to Abra, Abrah, Abree and Abri. Other recommended names are Abbe, Abbey▼, Abbye, Abeer, Adare, Addey, Adey, Adley, Adoray, Adore, Adrea, Ailey, Aimey, Alby, Alfre, Alurea, Amber▼, Amberely, Ambre, Amey, Amore, Andre, Andrea▼, Andree, Andrel, Andreya, Ansley▲, Arely▲, Aren, Arly, Ashley▼, Astrea, Ateret, Auberte (see Alberta), Aubine, Aude, Aundrea, Aura, Aural, Aure, Aurea, Aurel, Aurene, Auron, Aurore, Avery▲, Azure, Carey▼, Carrey, Cherey, Clarey, Corey▼, Correy, Dabney, Dorey, Glorey, Jerrey, Jobey, Judey, Kerrey, Korey, Libbey, Perrey, Robbey, Rubey, Sarrey, Sukey, Taubey, Tobey, Torey and Torrey. These names tend to be less commonly used than Aubrey.