What does Mayme mean?
Mayme [mayme] as a name for girls has its root in Latin, and the name Mayme means "star of the sea; pearl". Mayme is an alternate form of Mamie (Greek, Latin): short transcription of Margaret (Greek) "pearl". Mayme is also a form of Mary (Latin).
39 more different relations via Mamie, Mary: Mair, Maire, Mal, Malia, Mallie▼, Manon, Manya, Mara▲, Mare, Maree, Maren, Maria▼, Marice, Marie▼, Mariel, Marin, Marja, Marje, Marla▼, Marlo▼, Marya, Marybel, Maryjo, Marylee, Marylu, Marysa, Maryse, Masha, Maura, Maure, Mavra, May▼, Maymie, Mayra▼, Mayria, Mimi, Moire, Moya and Muire.Creative forms:
(female) Maymei, Meime, ..
(male) Maymel, Maymer, .. Middle name pairings:
Mayme Isabel (M.I.), ..
How popular is Mayme?
Mayme is a very popular first name for females (#1196 out of 4276, Top 28%) but a rare last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Mayme reached its top rank of #134 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not listed at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Popular related forms of Mayme are Maria (#109 via latest list), Mary (#124), Malia (#313), Marie (#564), Mara (#739), Maren (#1113), Mayra (#1275), Marin (#1471), Maura (#1490), May (#1658), Mariel (#1839), Mallie, Mimi, Maymie, Maryjo, Marla, Mamie, Marlo, Mame, Maree and Marylee. Other forms, like Muire, are uncommon. Usage of these relations of Mayme was at its highest during the years 1890-1899 (usage of 9.7%) and has become significantly less since (usage 0.5%, down 95%), with forms like Mayme becoming somewhat dated. Mara is the most chic name for newborns among these.
Mayme▼ is pronounced similarly to Mim. Other recommended names are Jaime▼, Jayme▼, Mable▼, Macee, Macie▲, Madge▼, Mae▼, Maemi, Maeve▲, Malke, Marge, Marne, Marte, Marve, Maude▼, Mauve, Mave, Maxie, Maxime, Maya▲, Mayah, Maybel, Mayble, Mayda, Mayde, Maydey (see Maida), Maye▼, Maysa, Maysen, Mazie▼ and Padme. These names tend to be less frequently used than Mayme.See names in meaning and etymology.