What does Sidney mean?
Also possibly from the Norman French place name Saint Denis. Used as given name in the 18th century and popular in the 19th. Sidney is favored for boys; Sydney is almost entirely used for girls. See also Cydney. Author Sidney Sheldon; film director Sydney Pollack; actor Sidney Poiter.
Sidney has 1 feminine form: Sydney.Kreatif forms:
(male) Sixney, Steeney, ..
(female) Sidnah, Sidnia, ..
How popular is Sidney?
Sidney is a very popular first name for males (#274 out of 1220, Top 22%) and also a very popular surname for all people (#13685 out of 150436, Top 9%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the birth name popularity of Sidney for boys. Sidney reached its peak rank of #91 in the U.S. during 1910-1919, and is currently at #1145. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Sid and Sydney are the prominent related forms of Sidney (#1145 in 2014) listed in the Top 2000. Adoption of these forms of Sidney reached its most widespread in the 1910s (adoption of 0.2%) and is now much diminished, with forms like Sydney becoming less stylish.
Recommended names are Adney, Andrey, Beirney (see Burney), Birkey, Birley, Birney, Bodey, Bradney, Chaney, Cheney, Claney, Codey▼, Coney, Dabney, Dudley▼, Finley▲, Finnley▲, Gilbey, Gridley, Hedley, Jimmey, Jodey, Kenney, Kinney, Kinsey, Kirbey (see Kirby), Kodey, Laddey, Lindley, Linley, Mickey▼, Mikey, Ondrey, Pitney, Radley, Rickey▼, Ridley, Ripley, Risley, Rodney▼, Rooney, Rudey, Sadler, Sedgely, Sedgley, Seeley, Sergey, Shandey (see Shandy), Shandy, Shane▼, Shanley, Shipley, Sidonio, Signe, Signy, Simen, Sivney, Skinner, Smedley, Smokey, Sonny▲, Spider, Stacey▼, Stanek, Stone, Stones, Stoney, Sunney, Sunny, Sweeney, Tiarney, Tierney, Toney, Verney and Volney. These names tend to be less frequently used than Sidney.