What does Elspie mean?
Elspie [el-spie] as a girls' name has its root in Hebrew, and Elspie means "God is my oath". Elspie is an alternate spelling of Elizabeth (Hebrew). Elspie is also a derivative of Elspeth (Scottish, Hebrew). See also Elsie.
Associated with: oath.
23 different relations via Elizabeth, Elspeth: Bessie▼, Elise▲, Eliz, Elize, Elle▲, Ellie▲, Ellse, Ellsee, Ellsi, Ellspet, Ellyse, Els, Elsa, Elsbet, Else, Elsee, Elsie▼, Elspet, Elsy, Elyse▲, Ilse, Lissie and Lyssie.Creative forms:
(female) Erspie, Espie, ..
(male) Eldie, Elerie, .. Middle name pairings:
Elspie Melany (E.M.), ..
How popular is Elspie?
Elspie is a rare given name for females. Elspie is a unique surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent related forms of Elspie (not ranked) are Bessie, Elise (#174 from recent data), Elizabeth (#13), Elle (#398), Ellie (#47), Elsa (#487), Else, Elsie (#386), Elyse (#653), Ilse and Lissie. Other forms, like Elspet, are uncommon. These relations of Elspie were at the peak of their popularity in the 1880s (usage of 6.39%) and have become much less popular since (usage 1.38%, 78% less). Elizabeth is the steady favorite, though Elise has become popular as well over time, while versions like Elsie are no longer trendy. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Similar NamesRecommended names are Alexie, Allfie, Allie▲, Cissie, Clarie, Clytie, Dasie, Eddie▼, Effie▼, Eistir, Eladia, Elaene, Elanie, Elanit, Elayne, Elbe, Eleese, Elene, Eleni, Elfie, Elfre, Eli, Eliane, Elidi, Eligia, Elin, Eline, Elis, Elisee, Elisse, Elissia, Elke, Elkie, Ellee, Elli, Ellis▲, Ellke, Elodia, Elodie, Eloise▲, Elpida, Elsha, Elshe, Elvia, Elvie, Elvine, Elvire, Elyce, Elysia, Elysse, Emalie, Emelie, Engie, Ephie, Eppie, Esmae, Esmie, Essie▼, Estee, Ettie▼, Ezzie, Gussie▼, Ilsaie, Issie, Jessie▼, Lassie, Missie, Mistie, Nessie, Ollie▼, Peppie, Pippie, Rosie▼, Tessie▼ and Tippie. These names tend to be more commonly used than Elspie.See names in meaning and etymology.