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pinWhat does Skyler mean?

Skyler /sky-ler/ as a girls' name (also used less regularly as boys' name Skyler) is pronounced SKY-ler. It is of Dutch origin, and the meaning of Skyler is "fugitive". Also possibly a phonetic form of the Dutch surname Schulyer, which was brought to New York by 17th-century settlers. Similar to Kyle or Kyla.


Skyler has 5 variants: Schuyler, Schyler, Skyla, Skylar and Skyllar.

Related girl name: Skye.

Skyler has 4 more related forms via Kyla, Kyle: Kaylee, Kylea, Kylee and Kyley.

Skyler has 2 masculine forms: Schuyler and Skye.

Kreatif forms: Shyler, Skyber, Skyle. [more]

pinHow popular is Skyler?

Skyler is a rare first name for females but a somewhat popular surname for both adults and children (#91801 out of 150436, Top 61%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Presented below is the baby name popularity of Skyler for girls. Skyler was first listed in 1990 and reached its apex rank of #250 in the U.S. in 2000, and is at #302 presently. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Skyler name in U.S.

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

Prominent alternative forms of Skyler (#302 in recent rankings) ranked in the Top 1000 are Kaylee (#52 in recent rankings), Kyla (#359), Kyle, Kylee (#213), Skye (#368), Skyla (#533) and Skylar (#48). Other forms, like Kyley, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Skyler was at its most widespread in 2004 (median #350) and is almost as conventional today (#359, 1%), but with the form Kyle becoming less fashionable. Kaylee, Kyla, Kylee, Skye, Skyla, Skylar and Skyler. Shown below is a comparison of the usage of Skyler and associated names. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Skyler, Kaylee, Kyla, Kyle, Kylee in U.S.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Skye, Skyla, Skylar in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Kaylee, Kyla, Skye outside U.S.

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Recommended similar baby names are Tayler and Tyler. These names tend to be more commonly used than Skyler.