What does Connie mean?
Connie \c(on)-nie\ as a name for boys (also used as girls' name Connie). Connie's roots are English, Irish, Gaelic, Old German and Latin, and Connie means "hound, wolf; high; brave, bold ruler or counsel; horn". Connie is a variant of Conan (English, Irish, Gaelic): anglicized form of Conán (Celtic). Connie is also a variation of Conrad (Old German): usual English spelling of Konrad. Connie is also used as a variation of Cornelius (Latin).
Connie▼ has 27 different forms via Conan, Conrad, Cornelius: Con, Conant, Conn, Conrade, Conrado, Cornall, Corneille, Cornel, Cornelio, Cornelious▼, Cornell▼, Cornelus, Corney, Cornilius, Corrado, Cort, Curt▼, Konrad, Kornelious, Kornelis, Kornelius, Kort, Kurt▼, Neal▼, Neel, Neely and Neil▼.
Connie has 1 feminine form: Constance.
Connie is a somewhat popular first name for men (#967 out of 1220, Top 79%) and an even more popular surname for all people (#59293 out of 150436, Top 39%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the baby name popularity of Connie for boys. Connie reached its peak position of #547 in the U.S. during 1940-1949, but is not ranked at the moment. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Conrad (#649 last year), Neil (#655), Kurt, Neal, Curt, Cornell, Cornelious and Cornelius are the prominent related forms of Connie rated in the Top 1000. Adoption of these boy names reached its highest during 1950-1959 (usage of 0.5469%) and is now significantly lower (usage 0.0773%, down 85.9%), with versions like Neil, Cornelious, Cornelius, Connie and Cornell falling out of style. Displayed below is an analysis of the usage of the boy name Connie and corresponding names. (2014 Birth Statistics)