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What does Sessaley mean?

Sessaley Pronunciation of Sessaley [ses-sa-ley] as a name for girls has the meaning "blind; sixth". Sessaley is an alternate spelling of Cecilia (Latin, Old Welsh).


VARIANTS Sissela, Sisiliya, Sessily, Sessilly, Sesseelya, Sesilia, Secelia, Sasilie, Sasilia, Sacilia, Cicily, Cicilie, Cicilia, Cicely, Cicelie, Cesilie, Cescily, Cescelie, Cecylia, Cecily, Cecilie, Ceciley, Cecilee, Cecilea, Cecila, Cecelia, Ceceli, Ceceley, Ceceilia




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How popular is Sessaley?

Sessaley is an uncommonly occurring first name for women. Sessaley is also an uncommon last name for all people. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

Popular varying forms of Sessaley (NOT RANKED) listed in the Top 2000 are Cecelia (#544 FROM RECENT DATA), Cecilia (#181), Cecily (#1181) and Cicely. Other variants, like Ceceilia, are seldom used. These forms of Sessaley were favored today (MEDIAN #976). Cecilia has historically been the top pick of parents, while Cecelia has become less contemporary. (2015 BIRTH STATISTICS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Cecelia, Cecilia, Cecily, Cicely in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Recommended sound-alike names are Aemiley, Ashley, Bentley, Bethaney, Betsey, Beverley, Caley, Cassidey, Celesley, Chesley, Chessley, Chessney (see Chesney), Cissey, Delaney, Destiney, Devaney, Fernley, Hedley, Hepsey, Jessalin, Jessalyn, Jessamy, Jessey, Kassadey, Kassey, Kealey, Keeley, Kelley, Kelsey, Kempley, Keyley, Keylley, Lassey, Lesley, Lezley, Magaley, Mersey, Nelsey, Paisley, Perley, Raley, Reilley, Rosaley, Salley, Samale, Samey, Saralee, Schelley, Seely, Selbey, Selby, Senalda, Seonald, Sesame, Sesamey (see Sesame), Sessame (see Sesame), Sessamee, Sessy, Shalee, Shaney, Shelley, Shirley, Shirlley (see Shirley), Sisely, Sisile, Sisley, Sissee (see Sissy), Sissey, Sissie, Sissy, Stacey, Stasey, Steffaney (see Stephanie), Tessey and Ursley. These names tend to be more commonly used than Sessaley.

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