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What does Trixie mean?

Trixie /trix-ie/ as a girls' name is pronounced TRIKS-ee. It is of English origin. Short form of Beatrix, from Beatrice (Latin) "voyager (through life); blessed".


Trixie has 3 variants: Trix, Trixee and Trixy.

Kreatif forms:
(female) Trisie, Trixiesa, ..

(male) Trixer, Trixus, ..

How popular is Trixie?

Trixie is an uncommon first name for females. Trixie is also a unique surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)


Ranking and usage % can show different trends depending on the distribution of names that year.

Displayed below is the birth name statistics of Trixie for girls. Trixie was first listed in 1890-1899 and reached its apex rank of #1552 in the U.S. during 1900-1909, but is not found in the list at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Trixie name in U.S.

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

Beatrice (#601 from recent data) and Beatrix (#1332) are the prominent alternative forms of Trixie. Adoption of these relations of Trixie reached its apex a century ago (average #1344) and has become significantly diminished since (#1311, down 94.3%), with the form Beatrice becoming somewhat dated.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Trixie, Beatrice, Beatrix in U.S.

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

Similar Names


Suggested similar names are Amitie, Araxie, Arelie, Arie, Arlie, Arminie, Arrie, Artie, Bradie, Brenie, Bridie, Brilie (see Briley), Brodie, Caisie, Chrisie, Crissie (see Christina), Dixie, Franie, Fredie, Gracie, Kaitie, Livie, Maisie, Nixie, Orphie (see Orpah), Prairie, Prissie, Prudie, Taddie, Taisie, Tallie, Tammie, Taubie, Tavie, Tayzie, Teddie, Teille, Terie, Thalie, Thisbe, Tiare, Tillie, Tinie, Tirien, Tommie, Torrie, Tottie, Trace, Tracee, Traci, Tracie, Trichia, Tricia, Trilbea, Trilbie, Trilby, Trina, Trine, Trini, Trinita, Tris, Trisa, Trish, Trisha, Trisia, Trissa, Tristen, Tristin, Trude, Trudie, Trudye, Trule, Tzili, Ursie and Veritie. These names tend to be more frequently used than Trixie.