What does Karlee mean?
Karlee [kar-lee] as a name for girls. Karlee's name origin is Latin, and the meaning of the name Karlee is "free man". Karlee is an alternate spelling of Carly (Latin): feminine of Charles. Karlee is also a variation of Karla (Greek, Old German).
(female) Kamlee, Kirlee, ..
(male) Karall, Karler, ..
How popular is Karlee?
Karlee is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Karlee is an equivalently unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the birth name statistics of Karlee for girls. Karlee was first listed in 1980-1989 and reached its peak rank of #583 in the U.S. in the year 2004, and is currently at #693. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Prominent variation forms of Karlee (#693 in 2014) are Carly (#357 in 2014), Karla (#504), Carlee (#829), Karlie (#885), Carlie (#966), Carleigh (#1078), Carley (#1087), Karleigh (#1114), Karli (#1252), Karly (#1321), Karley (#1409), Carli (#1826), Karlene, Carleen, Carline and Carlene. Other forms, like Karline, are uncommon. These relations of Karlee were at the apex of their popularity 2 decades ago (usage of 0.4%) and have become much less conventional since (usage 0.2%, ▼53%). Karla is more ubiquitous than the rest, although Karlee appears to be gaining popularity too, while forms like Carli are now less popular.
Karlee▲ is pronounced similarly to Carla▼, Carlah, Carleah, Carlia, Carlla, Corlee, Corley and Corlie. Other recommended names are Bailee▲, Calee, Callee, Carlen, Carolee, Caylee▼, Charlee▲, Darcee, Darleen, Darlene▼, Earley, Hailee, Harlea, Harleen, Kacee, Kacyee, Kaedee, Kaeley, Kaelie, Kahle, Kaidee, Kaileen, Kailene, Kailie, Kaitee, Kalee, Kaleen, Kalei, Kaley, Kalie, Kallee, Kalley, Kallie▲, Karaleen, Karalie, Kareen, Karen▼, Karene, Karie, Karine, Karlen, Karlin, Karlote, Karryl, Karyne, Kasee, Kaydee, Kaylea, Kayleen, Kaylei, Kellee, Keree, Kilee, Koralie, Laree, Marcee, Marilee, Marleen, Marlele, Marlene▼, Marsee, Marylee, Orlee, Raelee, Saralee, Sharlee and Tallee. These names tend to be more frequently used than Karlee.