What does Constance mean?
Medieval form of Constantia used often in the early Christian and medieval eras, then by the Puritans (usually as Constant or Constancy). This was a popular name among the Normans, and was borne by the formidable Constance of Sicily (12th century), wife of the Emperor Henry VI. The name was also borne by the virgin saint daughter of Constantine the Great and a daughter of William the Conqueror. Singer Connie Francis.
Constance▼ has 30 variants: Con, Concetina, Conetta, Connee, Conney, Conni, Connie▼, Conny, Constanca, Constancia, Constancy, Constanta, Constantia, Constantija, Constantina, Constantine, Constantya, Constanz, Constanza, Constanze, Konnie, Konny, Konstance, Konstancja, Konstantija, Konstantina, Konstanze, Kosta, Kostatina and Tina▼.
Affiliated girl name: Verity.Kreatif forms: Constande, Constanme. [more]
How popular is Constance?
Constance is a very popular first name for women (#232 out of 4276, Top 5%) and also a very popular last name for both adults and children (#17627 out of 150436, Top 12%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby name popularity of Constance for girls. Constance reached its highest rank of #109 in the U.S. during 1940-1949, but is not found in the list currently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Below is a charted comparison of the popularity of Constance and associated names. Connie and Tina are the popular variation forms of Constance ranked in the Top 1000. Adoption of these girl names was at its peak during the years 1950-1959 (usage of 0.9023%) and is now significantly less, with the forms Connie, Constance and Tina becoming less trendy. (2014 Birth Statistics)