What does Erie mean?
Erie [erie] as a boys' name. American place name: one of the Great Lakes, the famous Erie Canal from Albany to Buffalo, and a tribe of Native Americans who lived in western New York State and Ohio.
(male) Erne, Euerie, ..
(female) Erid, Erra, .. Middle name pairings:
Erie Garrison (E.G.), ..
How popular is Erie?
Erie is an uncommonly occurring given name for males but a very prominent last name for all people (#31884 out of 150436, Top 21%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the birth name history of Erie for boys. Erie reached its top position of #1121 in the U.S. in the 1880s, but is not ranked currently. (2015 U.S. SSA Records)
Erie is alike in pronunciation to Ara, Ari▲, Arie, Ario, Arri, Arrio, Arry, Ary, Arye, Aryeh, Aryo, Eero, Eri, Ira▼, Oro, Orry, Uri, Uria, Uriah▲, Yuri, Yuria, Yurii and Yuriy. Other suggested similar names are Abie, Acie, Arnie, Artie▼, Corie, Earlie, Ebbe, Ebbie, Edin, Edric, Efi, Efrim, Egil, Eike, Eli▲, Elia, Elie, Elis, Eliu, Emil▼, Emir, Enis, Enne, Eran, Erek, Eric▼, Erich▼, Erico, Erik▼, Erin▼, Eriq, Erix, Erl, Erle, Erlie, Ernie▼, Ernin, Eron, Erv, Erve, Ervin▼, Ervine, Erwin▼, Esme, Ewin, Ezio, Ezri, Ikie, Imrie, Kyrie▲, Larie and Skie. These names tend to be more commonly used than Erie.