Home > Jorie

Jorie (girl)

+ to list (0)

What does Jorie mean?

Jorie /jor-ie/ as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Jorie) is of Hebrew origin, and Jorie means "down-flowing". Jorie is a variant form of Jordan (Hebrew) with the suffix -ie.

Variations

Jorie has 3 variants: Jorey, Jori and Jorry.

Jorie has 9 more different relations via Jordan: Jordain, Jordaine, Jordane, Jorden, Jordena, Jordenn, Jordie, Jordin and Jordyn.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Jorine, Jorne, ..

(male) Jorde, Jorre, ..

How popular is Jorie?

Jorie is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Jorie is an equally unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

VIEW POPULARITY

Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Prominent varying forms of Jorie (outside Top 2000) are Jordan (#247 via latest list), Jorden, Jordin (#1689), Jordyn (#127) and Jori. Other forms, like Jordie, are uncommon. These relations of Jorie were favored in the year 2003 (median #1192) and are now significantly less common (#1212, 57%), with forms such as Jordan becoming less fashionable. Jordyn is the most chic girl name here. Shown below is a comparison of the usage of Jorie and related names. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Jordan, Jorden, Jordin, Jordyn, Jori in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Jordan, Jordyn outside U.S.

Similar Names

NAMES LIKE JORIE

Jorie is pronounced similarly to Geri, Gerie, Gerrie, Jarae, Jerae, Jeree, Jeri, Jerree, Jerrey, Jerri, Jerrie, Jerry, Jery and Jorah. Other recommended names are Adrie, Arrie, Bonie, Carie, Codie, Cordie, Corie, Dorcie, Dorie, Dorrie, Dorsie, Florie, Glorie, Honie, Jacie, Jamie, Jere, Jerle, Joane, Joanie, Jobie, Jocia, Jodee, Jodi, Jodie, Joi, Joice, Joie, Jolie, Jolin, Joline, Jolise, Jonae, Joni, Jonie, Jorene, Jorja, Josee, Josie, Joyce, Joycie, Judie, Karie, Kodie, Korie, Kyrie, Lonie, Lorie, Lotie, Marie, Rodie, Rosie, Roxie, Sofie, Sokie, Terie, Tonie, Torie, Torrie, Yolie and Zoie. These names tend to be more commonly used than Jorie.


[Top]