What does Rosalie mean?
Rosalie [ros-alie] as a girls' name is pronounced ROH-za-lee. It is of French origin. Possibly "rose garden". Variant of the Italian Rosalia (roh-za-LEE-ah, roh-ZAYL-yah). Rosalia is a saint's name. Mostly 19th-century use. See also Rosa.
(female) Ronalie, Rosla, ..
(male) Roslo, Rosslin, ..
How popular is Rosalie?
Rosalie is a very prominent first name for women (#395 out of 4276, Top 9%) but an unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name history of Rosalie for girls. Rosalie reached its highest position of #153 in the U.S. during 1930-1939, and is at #266 presently. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its variant forms and related girl names. Coralie (#1924 the previous year), Rosa (#631), Rosabelle, Rosalee (#1121), Rosalia (#1577), Rosalina (#1553), Rosaline, Rose (#166), Rosella, Roselle, Rosie (#774), Rozella and Rozelle are the prominent alternative forms of Rosalie (#266 the previous year). Usage of these forms of Rosalie was at its most widespread 115 years ago (adoption of 1.46%) and is now much diminished (adoption 0.26%, down 82%), with versions like Rose becoming less in vogue. Rosalie is the most chic girl name in this compilation.
Rosalie▲ is alike in pronunciation to Rozalee and Rozali. Other suggested similar names are Adalie, Annalie, Athalie, Attalie, Basilie, Caralie, Donalie, Emmalie, Halie▼, Joanie, Jolie▲, Josaline, Josie▲, Karalie, Koralie, Lollie, Loralie, Magalie, Natalie▲, Oralie, Ramie, Roanne, Robbie▼, Robelle, Rodie, Rolande, Roline, Romaine, Romala, Romelia, Ronalda, Ronelle, Ronnie, Rosabel, Rosae, Rosai, Rosalba, Rosalen, Rosalin, Rosalind▼, Rosalinda▼, Rosalinde, Rosalinn, Rosalyn, Rosanie, Rosanna▼, Rosanne▼, Rosario, Rosee, Roselin, Roselina, Roseline, Roselinn, Rosellen, Roselyn▲, Rosemarie▼, Roshelle, Rosio, Rosmarie, Royale, Royalina, Royalla (see Royale), Royalle, Rozalin, Rozaline, Rozalyne, Rozelin, Rylie▲, Sasilie (see Cecilia), Talie, Toshie, Weslie and Yolie. These names tend to be less commonly used than Rosalie.See names in meaning and etymology.