Home > Robbee


What does Robbee mean?

Robbee Pronunciation of Robbee as a name for girls means "bright fame". Robbee is an alternate spelling of Roberta (Old English, Old German): feminine of Robert.

ASSOCIATED WITH Ro-, bright (light)


VARIANTS Robi, Robby, Robbie, Robbi, Robbey, Roba

RELATED FORMS VIA ROBERTA Bobbe, Bobbee, Bobbette, Bobbie, Bobby, Bobbye, Bobie, Bobine, Robeena, Robelle, Robena, Robette, Robin, Robina, Robyn, Robyna



Robbee Violeta (R.V.), ..

How popular is Robbee?

Robbee is a rare given name for females. Robbee is an equivalently rare surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Prominent variation forms of Robbee (NOT RANKED) rated in the Top 2000 are Robin (#1020 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Robyn (#1048), Roberta, Robena, Robbie, Bobby, Bobbye, Robbi and Bobbie. Other variants, like Bobbette, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Robbee was widespread among parents during the years 1960-1969 (ADOPTION OF 0.78%) and has become much lower since (ADOPTION 0.02%, 97% LESS), with versions such as Robin becoming somewhat dated. (2015 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bobbie, Bobby, Bobbye, Robbi, Robbie in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Robena, Roberta, Robin, Robyn in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Robbee is alike in pronunciation to Rebba, Rebbie, Robee, Rubee, Rubey and Rubie. Other recommended sound-alike names are Abbee, Abree, Aubree, Beebee, Bonnee, Codee, Coree, Debbee, Debee, Dodee, Doree, Hollee, Jolee, Jonee, Kodee, Koree, Libbee, Lonee, Lottee, Pollee (see Polly), Rainee, Randee, Ranee, Raynee, Rebbeca, Roanne, Robbin, Robene, Robine, Robinet, Robynn, Robynne, Rochele, Roddie, Roelene, Roice, Rolene, Roline, Rolleen, Rollene, Rolyne, Romene, Romney, Ronae, Rondel, Ronee, Ronnee, Rosae, Rosalee, Rosee, Roser, Rosey, Rosheen, Rosie, Rosine, Roxane, Roxene, Roxey, Royale, Rozalee, Roze, Rozele (see Rosalie), Rubine, Rylee, Selbee, Tabbee, Tobee, Tonee and Torree. These names tend to be more commonly used than Robbee.

See names
in meaning and etymology.