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What does Kyleigh mean?

Kyleigh Pronunciation of Kyleigh as a name for girls is an alternate form of Kylie: possibly (English) "boomerang".



VARIANTS Kyli, Kyley, Kylee, Kylea, Kylah, Kyla, Kiley, Kilea, Keyely

ALTERNATIVE FORMS VIA KYLIE Kyleen, Kylen, Kylene, Kylin



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How popular is Kyleigh?

Kyleigh is an unusual first name for females. Kyleigh is an equally unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Kyleigh was first listed in 1990 and reached its peak rank of #272 in the U.S. in the year 2011, and is presently at #483. (2016 BIRTH STATISTICS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Kyleigh name in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Kyleigh outside U.S.

Which version is better?

Kylie (#83 FROM CURRENT RECORDS), Kylee (#302), Kyla (#367), Kylah (#1055), Kiley (#1173), Kylene and Kyli are the prominent related forms of Kyleigh (#483) ranked in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Keyely, are uncommon. These relations of Kyleigh were popular as baby names in 2004 (MEDIAN #766) and are somewhat less common today (#932, 48%), with the version Kiley becoming somewhat dated.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Kyleigh, Kiley, Kyla, Kylah, Kylee in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Kylene, Kyli, Kylie in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Kyla, Kylie outside U.S.

Similar Names

Kyleigh is pronounced similarly to Caileigh, Caleigh, Cayleigh, Kaeleigh, Kaileigh, Kaleah, Kalei, Kaleigh, Kaylei, Kayleigh, Kaylleigh, Kelleigh, Kylah, Kylea, Kylee, Kyley, Kyli and Kylie. Other recommended sound-alike names are Analeigh, Ansleigh, Arleigh, Ashleigh, Baileigh, Baleigh, Bayleigh, Breigh, Bryleigh, Carleigh, Ceileigh, Deneigh, Hadleigh, Haileigh, Haleigh, Harleigh, Hayleigh, Hedleigh (see Hadley), Holleigh, Joleigh, Kaleila, Karleigh, Kelbeigh (see Kelby), Kelseigh, Kempleigh (see Kempley), Kyle, Kyleen, Kylen, Kylene, Kylila (see Kalila), Kylilah, Kylin, Leigh, Lesleigh, Marleigh, Nelseigh, Raileigh, Raleigh, Rawleigh, Rileigh, Selbeigh (see Selby) and Tereigh. These names tend to be more frequently used than Kyleigh.