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Lexy /lexy/ [2 sylls.] as a girls' name. Lexy's root is Greek, and the name Lexy means "man's defender". Lexy is a variant transcription of Alexandra (Greek): Latinate feminine variant of Alexander. Lexy is also a variation of Alexis (Greek): originally a boy's name.


Lexy has 3 variants: Lexa, Lexi and Lexie.

Lexy has 27 more different forms via Alexandra, Alexis: Aleka, Aleki, Alex, Alexa, Alexea, Alexi, Alexia, Alexie, Alexus, Alexys, Ali, Alie, Alix, Alla, Alle, Allexa, Alli, Ally, Alyx, Anda, Cesya, Elena, Lesy, Lesya, Lexine, Lexis and Sandy.

Kreatif forms: Laxy, Leoxy, Lixy. [more]

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Lexy is a rare given name for women. Lexy is an equally rare surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)

Below is a graphed analysis of the popularity of the girl name Lexy and related names. Prominent varying forms of Lexy (not in Top 1000) rated in the Top 1000 are Alex, Alexa (#63 the previous year), Alexandra (#92), Alexia (#270), Alexis (#64), Alexus, Alexys, Ali, Ally (#736), Elena (#121), Lexi (#242), Lexie (#563), Lexis and Sandy. Forms like Lesy are uncommon. Usage of these girl names reached its most widespread in the year 1998 (usage of 0.5496%) and is now much less (usage 0.4178%, down 24%), with the versions Alex, Alexus, Ali, Ally and Sandy becoming somewhat dated. The more fashionable baby names among these are Alexa (#63), Alexandra (#92), Alexia (#270), Elena (#121) and Lexi (#242), with Alexandra having a revival in usage. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Alex, Alexa, Alexandra, Alexia, Alexis in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Alexus, Alexys, Ali, Ally, Elena in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Lexi, Lexie, Lexis, Sandy in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Alex, Alexa, Alexandra, Alexis, Lexi, Lexie outside U.S.

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Lexy is alike in pronunciation to Lexia and Lexya. Other recommended similar baby names are Lacy, Lizy and Lucy. These names tend to be more frequently used than Lexy.