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Girl Names Starting with Rae-

Rae- baby names and what they mean, with 5 results. Usage of these girl names is at its most widespread presently (adoption of 0.3%), except for names such as Rae which have become less trendy. Raegan (#271), Raelyn (#340) and Raelynn (#177) are three of the more contemporarily stylish names for newborns here, while Rael (top 6%) is a popular Rae- last name.

Rae- names

Rae - Raenah

Form of Ramona. Root fr. Spanish, Old German languages. "Protecting hands." Raea is also a slightly prominent girl's name.

Rachel and variantsRae2, Raechel, Raechell
Forms of Rachel. Root fr. Hebrew word. "Ewe, female sheep." Common, and Raechel is similar to popular -chel surnames Raduechel (upper 87%), Rychel (79%).

Rae and variantsRae3, var. Raeann, Raeanna, Raeanne, Raedell, Raedine, Raelani, Raelaine, Raelee, Raeleen, Raelena, Raelene, Raella, Raelina, Raelyn, Raelynn, Raelynne, Raenisha
Origin fr. Hebrew language. "Ewe." Usage of Rae as a birth name has declined circa 1890-1899.

Form of Regan. From Gaelic word. Raegan has gained increasing favor with parents since the 1880s. See also Maegan.

Raenah, Raene
Var. of Raina. Stems fr. Latin element. "Queen." Raeke (upper 78%), Rahne (96%) are common surnames.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Rae- names for girls.

1. Rae - Raenah
Ramona [Rae], Rachel [Rae, Raechel, Raechell], Rae [Raella, Raelyn, Raelina, Raelynn, Raelena, Raelene, Raelynne, Raenisha, ..], Regan [Raegan], Raina [Raene, Raenah]

Usage comparison for Rae- names