What does Emylee mean?
Emylee has 34 variants: Aemiley, Aemilia, Aemilie, Amalea, Amalia▲, Amalie, Amelie▲, Emalee, Emali, Emalia, Emalie, Emelea, Emeli, Emelia▲, Emelie, Emelly, Emila, Emilea, Emilee, Emiley, Emili, Emilia▲, Emilie▼, Emilley, Emillie, Emilly, Emmalee, Emmaleigh, Emmalie, Emmelee, Emmelie, Emmilee, Emmilie and Emmily.Kreatif forms:
(female) Emyleea, Emylen, ..
(male) Emyel, Emylet, ..
How popular is Emylee?
Emylee is an uncommonly occurring given name for women. Emylee is an equivalently unusual surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Emily (#8 in recent rankings), Emilia (#145), Emely (#432), Emilee (#585), Emelia (#592), Amelie (#641), Amalia (#828), Emilie (#867), Emmalee (#970), Emmie (#1074), Emalee (#1857), Emelyn (#1899), Emmaleigh, Emaline, Emelda, Amalie, Emeline, Emelie and Emili are the prominent varying forms of Emylee (outside Top 2000). These relations of Emylee were favored as birth names 2 decades ago (average #1492) and are somewhat less widespread today (#1257, ▼47%), with the form Emilie going out of style. The more fashionable baby names in this compilation are Emilia, Emelia, Amalia, Amelie and Emely. Below is a charted analysis of the history of Emylee and corresponding names. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Emylee is pronounced similarly to Amalee and Emmylou. Other suggested similar names are Ailee, Analee, Arlee, Aymee, Bailee▲, Baylee▲, Bilee, Braylee▲, Brylee▲, Brynlee▲, Calee, Callee, Caylee▼, Caysee, Dollee (see Dolly), Earley, Edythe▼, Eileen▼, Eilleen, Elbe, Elen, Elisee, Elle▲, Ellee, Ellsee, Elsee, Elyce, Emaleen, Emalene, Emalyn, Embline, Emelen, Emmalene, Emogen, Emylin, Ermyne (see Armina), Esmee, Estee, Eulalee, Evaleen, Evelene, Eydie, Haylee, Hollee, Hydee, Jaycee▲, Jaylee▲, Jaymee, Kalee, Kaycee, Kaydee, Kaylee, Kaysee, Kellee, Kilee, Kylee, Leelee, Leslee, Maelee, Marylee, Mollee, Myree, Nyree, Raelee, Raynee, Rilee, Rylee▲, Shalee, Shaylee, Tallee, Tylee, Tyree and Vallee. These names tend to be more commonly used than Emylee.See names in meaning and etymology.