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pinWhat does Garrie mean?

Garrie /gar-rie/ as a boys' name is of Old English derivation, and the meaning of the name Garrie is "spear". Garrie is a version, with the suffix -ie, of Gary (Old English): transferred use of a surname.


Garrie has 4 variants: Garey, Gari, Garrey and Garry.

Kreatif forms: Galrie, Garie, Gurie. [more]

pinHow popular is Garrie?

Garrie is a rare first name for men but a somewhat popular last name for both adults and children (#105905 out of 150436, Top 70%). (2000 U.S. Census)

Below is a graphed comparison of the popularity of the boy name Garrie and affiliated names. Garry and Gary (#560 in 2014) are the popular related forms of Garrie (not ranked) ranked in the Top 1000. Other variants, like Gari, are seldom used. These forms of Garrie were at the peak of their popularity during 1950-1959 (usage of 0.914%) and are now much less popular (usage 0.22%, 75.9% less), with the versions Garry and Gary becoming less in vogue. (2014 Birth Statistics)

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Garry, Gary in U.S.

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

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Garrie is alike in pronunciation to Garraway, Garroway, Gearey, Geary, Guri and Gyuri. Other recommended similar baby names are Barnie, Barree, Barric, Barrie, Clarrie, Corrie, Currie, Darbie, Darrien, Darrin, Darriq, Derrie, Earlie, Farlie, Farrier, Farrin, Farris, Gabbie, Gabie, Gabriel, Gaer, Gair, Gardie, Garin, Garlin, Garmin, Garnier, GarrIk, Garrad, Garran, Garrat, Garred, Garren, Garret, Garrick, Garrin, Garrith, Garritt, Garron, Garrot, Garrvey, Garrvie, Garryk, Garve, Garvie, Garvin, Garwin, Gavriel, Gavril, Geir, Ger, Gere, Gerrey, Gerri, Gerrie, Gerrit, Gerry, Gery, Gordie, Gore, Gorrin, Gray, Graye, Grey, Guaire, Gur, Harlie, Harri, Harrie, Harris, Harvie, Jarrid, Jarrin, Jerrie, Kerrie, Larie, Larrin, Laurie, Lawrie, Martie, Maurie, Morrie, Norrie, Parrie, Parris, Perrie, Tarrin, Terrie, Torrie and Warrin. These names tend to be more frequently used than Garrie.