What does Taisie mean?
Taisie [taisie] as a girls' name is of Irish origin. In legend, Taisie was a princess of Rathlin Island said to have been the most beautiful woman in the world with her dazzling blue eyes and long curling tresses. May also be used as a variant of Tacey, or Maisie with a "T". Also possibly a contracted form of the Russian Taisiya.
Taisie has 1 variant: Tayzie.Creative forms:
(female) Taiscy, Taissa, ..
(male) Taisin, Taisle, .. Middle name pairings:
Taisie Leyla (T.L.), ..
How popular is Taisie?
Taisie is an unusual given name for females. Taisie is an uncommon last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Which version is better?with its variant form and related girl names. Popular variation forms of Taisie (outside Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000 are Anastasia (#216 a year ago), Maisie (#624), Maisy (#1144), Stacy (#1208), Mazie (#1775), Tasia and Maizie. These forms of Taisie were favored as birth names in the 1970s (average #1529) and have become significantly less conventional since (#1281, ▼74%), with versions such as Mazie falling out of fashion. Anastasia has historically been popular among parents, though Maisie has gained in usage. Displayed below is an analysis of the history of the girl name Taisie and related names. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Taisie is alike in pronunciation to Tacie, Taisa, Tasa, Tassa, Tassie, Tazia, Tessi, Tessia, Tessie▼, Thaisa, Tisa and Tossia. Other suggested similar names are Bailie, Caidie, Cailie, Caisee, Caisi, Caitie, Casie, Cassie▼, Caysie, Daisee, Daisi, Daisie, Darsie, Hailie▼, Hatsie, Jaimie▼, Kailie, Kaissie, Kasie, Kaysie, Lailie, Lassie, Maidie, Pansie, Raisse, Saidie, Tabbie, Tace, Taddie, Tahsha, Taisha, Taisse, Talie, Talise, Tallie, Tamie, Tammie▼, Tamsin, Tamsine, Tansee, Tansia, Tash, Tasha▼, Tashey, Tashi, Tashia, Tashie, Tasja, Taska, Tatie, Taubie, Tavie, Tawnie, Teisha, Tesia, Thais, Thisbe, Tinie, Tish, Tisha▼, Tosia, Tyisha and Zailie. These names tend to be more frequently used than Taisie.See names in meaning and etymology.