What does Harleigh mean?
Harleigh /har-lei-gh/ as a name for boys (also used more regularly as girls' name Harleigh) is of Old English origin, and Harleigh means "hare meadow; rock meadow". Harleigh is an alternate spelling, with the suffix -igh, of Harley (Old English): from hara "hare".
Harleigh has 1 more relation via Harley: Arleigh.Kreatif forms:
(male) Hamleigh, Perleigh, ..
(female) Harleily, Harleita, ..
How popular is Harleigh?
Harleigh is an uncommonly occurring given name for males. Harleigh is also an unusual surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Prominent varying forms of Harleigh (not ranked) rated in the Top 2000 are Arleigh, Harley (#641 via latest list) and Harlie. Other forms, like Harlea, are uncommon. These relations of Harleigh were at the peak of their popularity in the 1880s (adoption of 0.1%) and have become significantly less common since. Shown below is an analysis of the usage of Harleigh and associated names. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Harleigh is pronounced similarly to Hurleigh. Other recommended names are Ackleigh, Ansleigh, Ashleigh, Atleigh, Attleigh, Baileigh, Bosleigh (see Bosley), Bradleigh, Brauleigh, Brawleigh (see Brawley), Burleigh, Byrleigh (see Burleigh), Carleigh, Cranleigh, Dunleigh (see Dunley), Fairleigh, Farleigh, Farnleigh (see Farnley), Farrleigh (see Farley), Fernleigh, Hadleigh, Hagleigh (see Hagley), Haleigh, Handleigh (see Hanley), Hanleigh, Harish, Harlen, Harlenn, Harlin, Hartleigh, Hartwig, Hawleigh, Hayleigh, Headleigh (see Hedley), Henleigh, Horsleigh (see Horsley), Huntleigh, Huxleigh, Jarlaith, Jarleath, Kenleigh, Langleigh (see Langley), Linleigh, Manleigh, Markeith, Marleigh, Morleigh, Oakleigh, Penleigh, Radleigh, Ralegh (see Raleigh), Raleigh, Ransleigh (see Ransley), Rawleigh, Redleigh, Ridleigh, Ripleigh, Risleigh (see Risley), Rowleigh, Ryleigh, Sulleigh, Wadleigh, Wakeleigh (see Wakeley), Wardleigh (see Wardley) and Yardleigh. These names tend to be more frequently used than Harleigh.