What does Ceceli mean?
Ceceli has 29 variants: Ceceilia, Ceceley, Cecelia▼, Cecila, Cecilea, Cecilee, Ceciley, Cecilie, Cecily, Cecylia, Cescelie, Cescily, Cesilie, Cicelie, Cicely, Cicilia, Cicilie, Cicily, Sacilia, Sasilia, Sasilie, Secelia, Sesilia, Sessaley, Sesseelya, Sessilly, Sessily, Sisiliya and Sissela.
29 more related forms via Cecilia: Cacelia, Cecely, Cecelyn, Cecette, Ceciel, Cecil▼, Cecile▼, Cecilija, Cecilla, Cecille, Cecillia, Ceclia, Cecyl, Cecyle, Cee, Ceil, Ceila, Ceilia, Cela, Cele, Celia▼, Celie, Celli, Cellie, Cici, Cili, Seelia, Seelie and Seely.Creative forms:
(female) Caceli, Cecele, ..
(male) Cecol, .. Middle name pairings:
Ceceli Marilyn (C.M.), ..
How popular is Ceceli?
Ceceli is an uncommon given name for women. Ceceli is also a unique last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Cecelia (#544 a year ago), Cecil, Cecile, Cecilia (#181), Cecille, Cecily (#1181), Ceil, Cele, Celia (#858), Celie and Cicely are the popular related forms of Ceceli (not ranked). Other variants, like Cecilla, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Ceceli was at its most widespread in the 1900s (usage of 0.31%) and is somewhat less today (usage 0.17%, down 45.2%), with forms like Cecil becoming less fashionable. Cecilia is more widely used than the rest. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Ceceli is pronounced similarly to Sicili. Other recommended names are Angeli, Araceli, Areli, Ariceli, Cacey, Caci, Caela, Caelin, Cali▲, Calli, Camela, Camelia, Cameri, Carel, Carely, Carli, Carmeli, Cayelin, Ceili, Celena, Celene, Celenia, Celes, Celesia, Celest, Cerea, Cerelia, Cerella, Cerena, Ceres, Cerese, Ceri, Chabeli, Charli▲, Chel, Chela, Chelci, Chele, Chelie, Chell, Chelli, Chelo, Chels, Chelsi▼, Cherell, Cheri▼, Chesli, Chessli (see Chesleigh), Clelia, Cloelia, Coel, Corelie, Cybel, Cybele, Delli, Emeli, Fecelia, Kaeli, Keeli, Keili, Kelli▼, Lesli, Melli, Nelli, Racheli and Tekli. These names tend to be more frequently used than Ceceli.See names in meaning and etymology.