What does Jayme mean?
Jayme /jay-me/ [1 syll.] as a name for boys (also used as girls' name Jayme) is of Hebrew, Spanish and Latin derivation, and the meaning of the name Jayme is "he who supplants". Jayme is a variant transcription of Jacob (Hebrew). Jayme is also a derivative of Jaime (Spanish, Hebrew): transcription of James. Jayme is also used as a variation of Jamie (Latin).
Jayme has 41 more related variations via Jacob, Jaime, James, Jamie: Iago, Iakob, Iakov, Jaap, Jack, Jackie▼, Jacko, Jacky▼, Jaco, Jacobi, Jacobo, Jacoby▲, Jacques▼, Jacquet, Jago, Jagu, Jaimey, Jaimie, Jake▲, Jakeb, Jakie, Jakob▲, Jakobe, Jakov, Jakub, Jamee, Jamesie, Jameson▲, Jamey▼, Jamsey, Jascha, Jay▼, Jaymes, Jaymie, Jemmy, Jimbo, Jimmie▼, Jimmy▲, Yakov, Yakup and Yaqub.Kreatif forms: Jayje, Jayke, Jeme. [more]
How popular is Jayme?
Jayme is an uncommonly occurring first name for men but a very prominent last name for both adults and children (#57252 out of 150436, Top 38%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the birth name popularity of Jayme for boys. Jayme was first listed in 1970-1979 and reached its apex rank of #894 in the U.S. then, but is not found in the list currently. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)
Popular related forms of Jayme are Jacob (#4 last year), James (#9), Jack (#41), Jameson (#159), Jake (#190), Jay (#372), Jakob (#458), Jaime (#468), Jimmy (#523), Jacoby (#593), Jamie (#786), Jimmie, Jim, Jakub, Jacky, Jackie, Jacques, Jakobe, Jame and Jamey. Variants like Jacquet are seldom used. Usage of these boy names was at its highest during the years 1970-1979 (usage of 0.4645%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.3522%, down 24.2%), with forms like Jamie, Jacques, Jamey, Jackie and Jim falling out of fashion. The most trendy birth names in this list are Jameson (#159), Jacob (#4), Jake (#190), Jakob (#458) and Jaime (#468), and there is also a rebound in birth name usage for Jacob and Jake. Below is a graphed comparison of the popularity of the boy name Jayme and corresponding names. (Top 1000 Birth Names Statistics, 2014)