What does Elke mean?
Elke [elke] as a girls' name is pronounced EL-kah. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Elke is "noble". German variant of Alice and nickname of Adelaide. Also a feminine form of Elkan. Actress Elke Sommer.
Associated with: noble.
Elke has 27 more relations via Adelaide, Alice: Adde, Aide, Ailie, Ala, Ali, Alice▼, Alie, Alika, Aliki, Aline▼, Alis, Alise, Aliz, Alla, Alles, Alli, Allie▲, Ally, Alyce▼, Alys, Alyse, Delle, Eline, Elli, Ellie▲, Ellsa and Elsa.Creative forms:
(female) Ealke, Elake, ..
(male) Elel, Elkeia, .. Middle name pairings:
Elke Mariah (E.M.), ..
How popular is Elke?
Elke is a somewhat popular first name for females (#2588 out of 4276, Top 61%) and also a somewhat popular surname for all people (#81700 out of 150436, Top 54%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Adelaide (#273 from current records), Aide, Ala, Ali (#1278), Alice (#87), Aline, Alise, Alla, Alli, Allie (#255), Ally (#869), Alyce, Alys, Alyse (#1689), Elli, Ellie (#47) and Elsa (#487) are the prominent variation forms of Elke (unlisted) listed in the Top 2000. Usage of these forms of Elke reached its peak 135 years ago (usage of 2.39%) and has become significantly lower since (usage 0.87%, 64% less), with versions such as Alice becoming less in vogue. Alice has been the overall favorite, though Ellie is now more frequently used. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Elke is alike in pronunciation to Ilke, Ulka and Yulka. Other suggested similar names are Anke, Blake▲, Ebbe, Ede, Edee, Edie, Edme, Eike, Eire, Ekko, El, Ela, Elah, Elan, Elane, Elba, Elbe, Elda▼, Eleen, Elen, Elene, Elfie, Elfre, Elga, Eli, Elia, Elice, Elika, Elin, Elis, Elise▲, Eliz, Elize, Ella▲, Elle▲, Ellee, Ellen▼, Ellse, Elly, Elma▼, Elna▼, Elon, Els, Else, Elsee, Elshe, Elsie▼, Elsy, Elva▼, Elvi, Elvie, Elvy, Elyce, Elyn, Elyse▲, Elza, Emme, Erike, Esme▲, Eve▲, Evie▲, Eyde, Lake, Malke, Mike, Milke, Nike and Silke. These names tend to be less commonly used than Elke.See names in meaning and etymology.