What does Coralie mean?
Coralie /cor-alie/ as a girls' name is of English origin. Apparently an elaboration of Cora or Coral, similar to names such as Rosalie. However, it may also be derived from Italian Coralina, the traditional name of the cunning young woman in the Commedia dell'Arte. Coralie is the name of the French girl in Thackeray's 1850 novel "Pendennis".
Coralie has 36 more related forms via Cora, Coral, Rosalie: Corabel, Corabelle, Coralena, Coralia, Coralin, Corallina, Coralline, Coraly, Coralyn, Coralyne, Coree, Corella, Corene▼, Cori▼, Corie, Corilla, Corine▼, Corinne▼, Corlene, Correlle, Correne, Corri, Corrie▼, Corrine▼, Corynne, Koral, Koralie, Korall, Koralline, Korrie, Rosalee▼, Rosalia▼, Rosaline, Rozalia, Rozalie and Rozelie.Kreatif forms: Corralie. [more]
How popular is Coralie?
Coralie is a somewhat popular first name for females (#3519 out of 4276, Top 82%) but a unique last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Cora (#103 2 years ago), Rosalie (#310), Coraline (#630), Corinne (#727), Rosalee, Rosalia, Coral, Rosaline, Cory, Corrine, Corine, Corene, Corrie and Cori are the popular related forms of Coralie (outside Top 1000). These forms of Coralie were favored as baby names during 1890-1899 (average #670) and are somewhat less popular today (#840, ▼51.7%). Cora is the clear favorite, although Rosalie appears to be gaining favor too, and versions like Corene, Corrie, Cori, Corine and Corrine are now less popular. Below is a charted analysis of the popularity of the girl name Coralie and associated names. (Top 1000 Baby Names Statistics, 2014)
Coralie is alike in pronunciation to Caralee, Caralia, Caralie, Corelie and Karalie. Other suggested similar baby names are Carlie▼, Corlee, Corlie and Loralie. These names tend to be less frequently used than Coralie.