What does Tracy mean?
Also possibly a nickname for Theresa (Greek) "late summer" or derived from a Norman French place name based on a Gallic Latin personal name, Thrax or Thracius, whose meaning has been lost. The character Tracy Lord, played by Katherine Hepburn in the 1940 film "The Philadelphia Story", made the name popular. Actress Tracey Ullman; tennis player Tracy Austin; singer Tracy Chapman; swimmer Tracy Caulkins.
Affiliated girl name: Teresa.
Tracy▼ has 42 more relations via Theresa, Tracey: Resi, Rezi, Rezka, Taresa, Tera▼, Terasa, Teresa▼, Terese▼, Teresia, Teresina, Teresita, Teressa▼, Tereza, Terezinha, Terezsa, Teri▼, Terresa, Terresia, Terri▼, Terrosina, Terry▼, Terrya, Tersa, Tersina, Tersita, Terza, Tess▼, Tessa▲, Tessey, Tessi, Tessie▼, Tessy, Therese▼, Theresina, Theresita, Theressa, Treesa, Tresa, Trescha, Tressa▼, Treza and Zita.
Tracy has 1 masculine form: Trace.Kreatif forms: Traby, Traly, Traty. [more]
How popular is Tracy?
Tracy is a very popular first name for females (#108 out of 4276, Top 3%) and also a very popular last name for all people (#1093 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the birth name popularity of Tracy for girls. Tracy reached its highest rank of #25 in the U.S. in the 1970s, but is not found in the list at the moment. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Below is a graphed comparison of the popularity of Tracy and affiliated names. Tessa (#221 2 years ago), Teresa (#719), Traci, Tracey, Therese, Tracie, Zita, Tressa, Tresa, Theresa, Tessie, Teressa, Teresita, Terese, Teri, Terri, Tess, Terry and Tera are the popular related forms of Tracy listed in the Top 1000. Other forms, like Taresa, are uncommon. These relations of Tracy were at the apex of their popularity during the years 1960-1969 (average #528) and are somewhat less widespread today (#947, 88.7% less). Teresa has historically been the top pick of parents, though Tessa has also become trendy as well, while versions such as Tess, Teresa, Theresa, Terri and Teri are now somewhat dated. (2014 Birth Statistics)