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Berklee

What does Berklee mean?

Berklee Pronunciation of Berklee [berklee] as a name for boys has its root in Old English, and Berklee means "the birch tree meadow". Berklee is a version of Berkeley (Old English).

Associated with: old english, tree, meadow.

Variations

Berklee has 6 variants: Barklay, Barkley, Barklie, Barrclay, Berkley and Birkley.

5 more different relations via Berkeley: Berk, Berke, Berkie, Berky and Birkeley.

Creative forms:
(male) Barklee, Briklee, ..

(female) Berce, Berley, ..

Middle name pairings:
Berklee Cristiano (B.C.), ..

How popular is Berklee?

Berklee is an unusual given name for males. Berklee is an equally uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source form and related boy names. The only popular variation form of Berklee (not ranked) is Berkley. Other variants, like Berk, are seldom used. This relation of Berklee was popular a century ago. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Berkley in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Berklee and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Berklee is alike in pronunciation to Barcley and Berklie. Other recommended names are Bailee, Baillee, Barree, Bartle, Bartley, Baxlee, Baylee, Beale, Bealle, Beasley, Beaslie (see Beasley), Becker, Beiler, Bentlee, Bentley, Bentlie, Bergen, Berillo, Berilo, Berl, Berle, Berlin, Berlyn, Bernabe, Bernelle (see Burnell), Bernet, Bernie, Bertel, Bertle, Bertolde (see Berthold), Bertrem, Birkee, Birket (see Birkett), Birkey, Birkie (see Birkey), Birley, Birlie, Birtle, Blakelee, Boslee (see Bosley), Bradlee, Branlee, Briley, Brilie (see Briley), Brocklee (see Brockley), Brodee, Bromlee, Brylee, Bryley (see Briley), Brynlee, Buckley, Burke, Burket, Burle, Burley, Burlie, Byrley, Farlee, Fernlee, Harlee, Hartlee, Hernlee (see Hernley), Hocklee (see Hockley), Hurlee, Jeramee (see Jeremy), Kenlee, Kirklee (see Kirkley), Leslee, Morlee, Oaklee, Rocklee, Vernee and Yardlee (see Yardley). These names tend to be more commonly used than Berklee.

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