What does Charty mean?
Charty [char-ty] as a name for girls has its roots in Latin and Old German, and Charty means "dear, beloved; free man". Charty is a variant form of Charity (Latin). Charty is also a variation of Charlotte (Old German).
ALTERNATIVE FORMS VIA CHARITY, CHARLOTTE Carita, Carla▼, Carly▼, Chairity, Char, Chara, Charidy, Chariety, Charill, Charis, Charita, Charitee, Charitey, Chariti, Charitye, Chariza, Charla, Charle, Charlet, Charlett, Charlie▲, Charlita, Charlot, Charlott, Charly, Charlyne, Charo, Charyl, Chattie, Cherit, Cherlyn, Cherri, Cherry▼, Cheryl▼, Karly, Sharel, Sharil, Sharitey, Sharity, Sharitye, Sharla, Sharyl, Sherry▼CREATIVE FORMS
(female) Chaty, Cherty, ..
(male) Charry, Charus, .. MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGS
Charty Annie (C.A.), ..
How popular is Charty?
Charty is an unusual given name for women. Charty is also an unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent related forms of Charty (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) are Carla (#873 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Carly (#389), Charis, Charity (#1218), Charla, Charlie (#207), Charlotte (#9), Charly, Charlyne, Chattie, Cherlyn, Cherri, Cherry, Cheryl, Karly (#1348), Sharla, Sharyl and Sherry. Adoption of these relations of Charty was well-received 7 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 1.8%) and is somewhat lower today (ADOPTION 0.93%, DOWN 48%), with forms such as Cherry becoming less in vogue. Charlotte has generally been popular among parents, though Charlie has become trendy as well over time. (TOP BABY NAMES, 2015)
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Caity, Carey▼, Carmy, Carry, Cary, Caty, Chandy, Chaney, Chanta, Chantay, Chante▼, Chantey, Charamy, Charee, Chari, Charie, Charil, Charin, Charley▲, Charli▲, Charlyn, Charma, Charmyn, Chasaty, Chasity▼, Chassy, Chasta, Chasty, Cheray, Cherey, Cherita, Cherith, Chery, Cheryth, Clarey, Clarry, Clary, Cordy, Marty, Sharay, Sharly and Shary. These names tend to be more commonly used than Charty.See names in meaning and etymology.