What does Stacey mean?
Stacey /sta-cey/ as a girls' name (also used less generally as boys' name Stacey). Stacey's name origins are Greek and English, and the meaning of the name Stacey is "resurrection; fruitful". Stacey is a version of Anastasia (Greek): from the word "anastasis". Stacey is also a variant of Eustacia (Greek): feminine of Eustace. Stacey is also used as a form of Stacy (English).
(female) Shacey, Stase, ..
(male) Staney, Stasex, ..
How popular is Stacey?
Stacey is a very popular first name for women (#211 out of 4276, Top 5%) and also a very popular last name for all people (#3677 out of 150436, Top 2%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the birth name popularity of Stacey for girls. Stacey entered the list in 1940-1949 and reached its peak rank of #47 in the U.S. during the years 1970-1979, and is currently at #1939. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Shown below is a comparison of the popularity of Stacey and affiliated names. Anastasia (#240 the previous year), Stacy (#1205), Tacy, Stasia, Stacia, Stacee, Staci and Stacie are the popular related forms of Stacey (#1939 the previous year) ranked in the Top 2000. Other variants, like Stasja, are seldom used. Adoption of these forms of Stacey was common in the 1970s (adoption of 1.1%) and has become much lower since (adoption 0.09%, ▼91.6%), with forms like Staci becoming somewhat dated. Anastasia is the clear favorite.
Recommended names are Cacey, Cadey, Carey▼, Caycey (see Casey), Chaney, Dacey, Daney, Darcey, Ettey, Fancey, Francey, Gracey, Haley▼, Jacey, Jackey, Kacey, Kascey, Kasey▼, Kaycey, Lacey▼, Ladey, Laicey, Macey, Marcey, Mercey, Nancey, Sacha, Sacoya, Saidey, Salley, Sally▼, Samey, Sammey, Sanny, Sarely, Sarrey, Selbey, Shade, Shae, Shalee, Shanay, Shandey, Shandy, Shane, Shanea, Shanee, Shanel, Shaney, Shantey, Sharay, Sharee, Sharel, Sharen, Sharly, Shawney, Shay, Shaye, Sherey, Sidney▼, Sisley, Sivney, Sokey, Sophey, Stanze, Star, Starla, Starlyn, Stevey, Stine, Stormy, Swanny, Sydney▼, Tacey, Taney and Tracey▼. These names tend to be less frequently used than Stacey.