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What does Cailie mean?

Cailie \ca(i)-lie\ as a name for girls is of Irish, Gaelic and Arabic origin, and Cailie means "slim and fair; darling, beloved". Cailie is a variation of Cayla (Irish, Gaelic): from Caoilainn. Cailie is also a form of Kalila (Arabic).


Cailie has 23 variants: Caela, Caila, Caileigh, Cailey, Caleigh, Caley, Callie, Caylee, Cayleigh, Cayley, Caylia, Caylie, Kaileigh, Kailey, Kailie, Kaleigh, Kalie, Kaly, Kayla, Kaylee, Kayleigh, Kayley and Kayllie.

Cailie has 5 more related variations via Cayla, Kalila: Cayleen, Kaleila, Kalilah, Kylila and Kylilah.


Cailie is an uncommon given name for females. Cailie is a rare last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)

Caleigh, Callie (#186 last year), Cayla, Caylee (#676), Kailey (#476), Kaleigh (#902), Kalie, Kayla (#102), Kaylee (#52), Kayleigh (#278) and Kayley are the popular alternative forms of Cailie (#unlisted) rated in the Top 1000. Adoption of these girl names reached its most widespread in the year 1999 (usage of 0.529%) and has become much less since (usage 0.3935%, down 25.6%), with the forms Caleigh, Cayla, Caylee, Kaleigh and Kayley becoming somewhat outmoded. The most fashionable birth names here are Callie (#186), Kailey (#476), Kayla (#102), Kaylee (#52) and Kayleigh (#278), with Callie having a revival in popularity. Shown below is an analysis of the usage of Cailie and associated names. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Caleigh, Callie, Cayla, Caylee, Kailey, Kaleigh, Kalie, Kayla, Kaylee, Kayleigh, Kayley in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Kayla, Kaylee, Kayleigh outside U.S.

Similar Names

Cailie is alike in pronunciation to Cahlie, Calee, Cali, Calie, Callee, Calli, Callia, Chelie, Collie, Kaelie, Kailee, Kaili, Kallie, Kaylie and Keilie. Other recommended similar baby names are Bailie, Caidie, Cailin, Caisie, Caitie, Carlie, Ceili, Ceilia, Celie, Cellie, Cile, Cili, Cilia, Lailie and Zailie. These names tend to be more commonly used than Cailie.