What does Bernice mean?
Bernice▼ has 38 variants: Barri, Barrie, Barry, Benni, Beranice, Beraniece, Beranyce, Berenice▼, Bereniece, Berenyce, Bernee, Berneece, Berneice, Bernelle, Bernetta, Bernette, Berni, Bernicia, Bernie, Berniece▼, Bernisha, Berniss, Bernita, Berny, Bernyce, Berri, Berrie, Berry, Binnie, Bunni, Bunnie, Bunny, Nixie, Vernice▼, Veronica▼, Veronika, Veronike and Veronique.Kreatif forms:
(female) Bernica, Brynice, ..
(male) Berniley, Bernino, ..
How popular is Bernice?
Bernice is a very popular first name for women (#172 out of 4276, Top 4%) and a slightly less popular surname for both adults and children (#108734 out of 150436, Top 72%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the baby name popularity of Bernice for girls. Bernice reached its top rank of #42 in the U.S. in the 1910s, but is not listed at the moment. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Prominent related forms of Bernice ranked in the Top 2000 are Barrie, Bennie, Berenice, Berneice, Bernetta, Bernie, Berniece, Bernita, Bernyce, Bunny, Janice (#1325 via latest list), Vernice, Veronica (#375) and Veronika (#1905). Other variants, like Benoite, are seldom used. These forms of Bernice were popular 6 decades ago (usage of 1.04%) and are now significantly less conventional (usage 0.05%, down 94.7%).
Recommended names are Alanice, Annice, Arnice, Artice, Arzice, Barbie, Beatie, Beatrice▼, Beckie, Beige, Bendite, Benita▼, Bente, Berdie, Berdine, Beril, Berit, Berna, Bernadea (see Bernadette), Bernadet (see Bernadette), Bernadine▼, Berneen (see Bernadine), Berneta, Bernina, Berrit, Berrte (see Bertha), Bertie▼, Bertilde, Bertina, Bertine, Bertita (see Bertha), Beryle, Bessie▼, Bettine, Bevie, Beyonce▼, Birdie▼, Birdine, Bonie, Bonnie▼, Branice, Bride, Brie, Cerice, Chanice, Danice, Delice, Denice▼, Ernice, Eunice▼, Felice, Glenice, Glennice, Glynice, Jeanice, Jenice, Jeniece, Jennice, Lanice, Lenice, Lennice, Letice, Letrice, Lettice, Marice, Mertice, Myrtice▼, Nanice, Narice, Nerice, Sherice, Venice, Vennice, Vernie▼ and Vernise. These names tend to be less frequently used than Bernice.