What does Teddie mean?
Teddie [ted-die] as a boys' name (also used as girls' name Teddie) is of Old English and Greek derivation, and Teddie means "wealthy spear; wealthy guard; wealthy friend; God's gift; wealthy guard". Teddie is a version of Edgar (Old English). Teddie is also a variant of Edward (Old English). Teddie is also used as a variant of Edwin (Old English), Ted (Greek, Old English) and Theodore (Greek).
(male) Todie, Twydie, ..
(female) Tedne, .. Middle name pairings:
Teddie Denim (T.D.), ..
How popular is Teddie?
Teddie is an uncommonly occurring given name for men. Teddie is an uncommon last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Teddie entered the list in 1900-1909 and reached its top position of #1412 in the U.S. in the 1930s, but is not ranked at the moment. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related boy names. Theodore (#99 from current records), Edward (#158), Edwin (#311), Edgar (#317), Eddie (#668), Teddy (#1708), Ted and Tedd are the popular related forms of Teddie rated in the Top 2000. Other forms, like Tedrick, are uncommon. Adoption of these forms of Teddie was widespread 135 years ago (adoption of 3.01%) and is now much diminished (adoption 0.5%, ▼84%), with versions like Edwin going out of style.
Teddie is alike in pronunciation to Taddeo, Tadi and Tadio. Other recommended names are Addie, Andie, Audie, Beatie, Bennie▼, Berkie, Bernie▼, Bradie, Brodie, Buddie, Byrdie, Cadbie (see Cadby), Chaddie, Dandie, Dennie, Derbie, Derrie, Ferdie, Fergie, Freddie▼, Gardie, Geddis, Geordie, Gerrie, Gordie, Heckie, Heinie, Henlie, Jeffie, Jemmie, Jerrie, Jessie▼, Jodie, Kearie, Kelbie, Kelsie, Kenlie, Kennie, Laddie, Lemmie, Leslie▼, Odie▼, Paddie, Percie, Perrie, Randie, Reggie▼, Rennie, Roddie, Sandie, Tadd, Tadzio, Tandie, Tannie, Tavie, Tedman, Teige, Teigue, Teiji, Temple, Teofil, Terrie, Terrin, Terris, Teunis, Tevin▼, Tevis, Teytin, Thandie, Thedric, Todd▼ and Tommie▼. These names tend to be more frequently used than Teddie.See names in meaning and etymology.