What does Sydnie mean?
Sydnie /syd-nie/ as a name for girls is of Old English derivation, and Sydnie means "wide island". Sydnie is a version, with the suffix -ie, of Sydney (Old English). Also possibly place name: Saint Denis.
Associated with: old english
(female) Sydna, Sydon, ..
(male) Sydan, Sydniean, ..
How popular is Sydnie?
Sydnie is a rare first name for women. Sydnie is an equivalently unique last name too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name statistics of Sydnie for girls. Sydnie entered the list in 1990 and reached its highest rank of #672 in the U.S. in 1999, but is not found in the list currently. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Sydney (#109 last year), Sidney (#915), Sydnee (#1696), Sydni, Sydelle and Cydney are the popular variation forms of Sydnie. Other variants, like Cydnie, are seldom used. Usage of these relations of Sydnie reached its apex 14 years ago (average #716) and has become much lower since (#1531, ▼77.9%), with forms like Sydni becoming somewhat outmoded.
Sydnie▼ is pronounced similarly to Cydnee and Sidni. Other recommended names are Addie▼, Andie, Annie▼, Biddie, Bonie, Cornie, Cyndie, Cynnie, Danie, Ebonie, Eddie▼, Elanie, Evadnie, Eydie, Franie, Gennie, Ginnie, Henie, Jaynie, Jenie, Jonnie, Kadie, Kyrie, Lanie, Leonie, Lydie, Marnie, Monnie, Myrtie▼, Nonie, Roddie, Sadie▲, Sammie, Sandie, Sannie, Saydie, Sedonia, Seelie, Selbie, Shani, Shanie, Shante▼, Shaunie, Sidaine, Sidonia, Sidonie, Sindie, Sinnie, Sivnie (see Sivney), Sonnie, Stasie, Stevie▲, Stine, Sudie▼, Sunnie, Susie▼, Suzie, Sydell, Sydona, Sydonah (see Sidonia), Sydonia, Sylvie, Syndee, Syndi, Syndie, Synthie, Taddie, Tonie, Vannie, Vernie▼, Winnie▼, Wynnie and Zannie. These names tend to be more frequently used than Sydnie.