What does Evie mean?
Related girl name: Evangeline.
Evie▲ has 32 different relations via Eva, Eve, Evelyn: Aoife, Ava▲, Eba, Ebba, Eeva, Efa, Effie▼, Eubh, Eva, Evah, Evalin, Evaline, Evani, Eve▲, Evelia, Evelin▼, Eveline, Evette, Evey, Evia, Evilyn, Evina, Evita, Evleen, Evlin, Evline, Evlyn, Evonne, Evvie, Evvy, Evy and Ewa.Creative forms:
(female) Evier, Eviera, ..
(male) Evic, Evieb, .. Middle name pairings:
Evie Charlize (E.C.), ..
How popular is Evie?
Evie is a very popular first name for females (#1559 out of 4276, Top 36%) but a rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the birth name history of Evie for girls. Evie entered the list in 1880-1889 and reached its peak rank of #343 in the U.S. then, and is currently at #513. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Which version is better?with similar and related girl names. Prominent varying forms of Evie (#513 from current records) listed in the Top 2000 are Ava (#4 from current records), Evelyn (#15), Eva (#75), Evangeline (#261), Eve (#476), Evia, Evita, Evlyn, Evonne, Evette, Ebba, Effie, Evaline, Aoife, Evelin, Eveline and Evah. Other forms, like Evvie, are uncommon. These relations of Evie were popular as baby names presently (average #1408), except for versions such as Evelin which have become somewhat dated. Evangeline, Evie, Eve and Ava are four of the more contemporarily stylish baby names in this compilation.
Evie▲ is alike in pronunciation to Avah▲, Avia, Aviah, Avie, Iva▼, Ivee, Ivey, Ivie and Ivy▲. Other recommended names are Adie, Agie, Alie, Alvie, Amie▼, Arie, Avrie, Bevie, Brie, Eadie, Ebbe, Eddie▼, Ede, Edee, Edi, Edie, Edin, Edme, Edvig, Edvige, Eike, Eir, Eire, Elbe, Elfie, Eli, Elia, Elice, Elin, Eline, Elis, Elise▲, Eliz, Elize, Elkie, Elle▲, Ellie▲, Else, Elsie▼, Elvi, Elvia, Elvie, Elvis, Emme, Emmie, Engie, Enid▼, Ephie, Eppie, Erike, Erin▼, Eris, Esme▲, Esmie, Essie▼, Ettie▼, Evan, Evon, Ezzie, Joie, Livie, Onie▼, Rie, Skie, Tavie and Zoie▲. These names tend to be less commonly used than Evie.See names in meaning and etymology.