What does Geoffrey mean?
Variant of Jeffrey or Godfrey, with the ending frith meaning "peace". Other possible derivations are from Germanic gawia "territory", walah "stranger" or gisil "pledge". Performer Geoffrey Holder; medieval poet Geoffrey Chaucer; fashion designer Geoffrey Beene.
Geoffrey▼ has 28 variants: Geffrey, Geof, Geoff, Geoffery, Geoffroi, Geoffroy, Geoffry, Geofrey, Goiridh, Jefery, Jeff▼, Jefferey, Jefferies, Jeffery▼, Jeffree, Jeffrey▼, Jeffrie, Jeffries, Jeffry▼, Jefry, Jeoffrey, Jeoffroy, Jephers, Jepherson, Jephrey, Jephry, Joffrey and Joffroy.
Related boy name: Galfrid.Kreatif forms:
(male) Geroffrey, Gifrey, ..
(female) Geofina, Geofra, ..
How popular is Geoffrey?
Geoffrey is a very prominent first name for men (#368 out of 1220, Top 30%) and also a very prominent last name for both adults and children (#58257 out of 150436, Top 39%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the birth name statistics of Geoffrey for boys. Geoffrey entered the list in 1890-1899 and reached its top rank of #193 in the U.S. during the years 1970-1979, and is presently at #1622. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Geoff, Geoffery, Godfrey, Jeff (#1598 from current records), Jefferey, Jeffery (#665), Jeffrey (#266), Jeffrie, Jeffry and Joffre are the popular variation forms of Geoffrey (#1622 from current records) listed in the Top 2000. Adoption of these forms of Geoffrey was at its most widespread 54 years ago (median #854) and is now much reduced (#1650, ▼95.7%).
Suggested similar names are Alfrey, Amorey, Corey▼, Correy, Courey, Cowrey (see Cowrie), Destrey, Duffey, Garey, Garrey, Gearey, Geary, Gefen, Geffen, Gentry, Georas, Geordi, Geordie, Georg, George▼, Georges, Georgi, Georgie, Georgiy (see George), Georgy, Geovanney (see Giovanni), Geovanny, Geovany, Gere, Gerek, Gerred, Gerrey, Gerry▼, Gery, Godefroy, Godfried, Gordy, Gore, Goren, Gorren, Grey▲, Griffen, Gryffen, Guthrey, Gyorgy, Humfrey, Jeffey, Jerrey (see Jerry), Jophrey, Jorey, Kerrey, Korey▼, Korrey (see Kory), Mercurey, Morey, Morrey, Rorey, Terrey, Torey and Torrey▼. These names tend to be less frequently used than Geoffrey.