Home > -ey Names

Girl Names Ending with -ey

Ey ending baby names and what they mean, with 334 results. -ey names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names reached the height of their popularity in 1991 (USAGE OF 6.6%) and are now significantly less popular (USAGE 3.2%, 52%), with names like Lindsey becoming somewhat dated. The most trendy names for newborns among these are Riley (#28), Paisley (#52), Harley (#225), Brinley (#338) and Adley (#620), while Boley (TOP 4%) and Hensley (1%) are common -ey surnames. Here is the list of -ey names for boys.

-ey names

Abbey - Bentley | Bethaney - Cailey | Cailey - Ceceley | Celesley - Coley | Conney - Debbey | Delancey - Evanthey | .. - .. | Truley - Zoey

Abbey - Bentley


Form of Abigail. Derivative of Hebrew element. "Father of exaltation." Also used for boys. Popular as last name, and Abbey (TOP 4%) is similar to popular -ey last names Agey (TOP 74%), Airey (21%).

Var. of Adalia. Root fr. Hebrew, Old German elements. "God is my refuge; noble one." Unusual as a girls' name, but Adalley is comparable to the more familiar Adelle. See also Adley.

Laidey, Adey1, Addey
Forms of Adelaide. Root fr. Old German language. "Noble kind." Addey, Adey and Laidey are unique as girls' names.

Var. of Ada. Origin fr. Old German. "Noble." Rather quirky as a children's name, Adey occurs more conventionally as a last name.


Form of Adlai. Stems fr. Hebrew word. "God is just." Gender-neutral name. Adley rose in popularity in 2017 and has remained common.

Emmey, Emilley, Emiley, Aemiley
Var. of Emily. Stems fr. Latin word. "Rival; laborious; eager." Emiley and variants are rarely used as children's names.

Var. of Aileen. Derivative of Norman element. Scottish variant of Eileen, which possibly .. Ailed is a somewhat common girl's name. See also Ally.

Aimee and variants

Amey, Aimey
Forms of Aimee. Derivative of Old French, Latin. "Beloved." Used somewhat frequently as children's names, Aimey and Amey are comparable to the common Amee.

Ainsley and variants

Ainsley, var. Aynsley, Ansley1
Origin fr. Old English element. "Only hermitage wood or clearing." Ainsley and Ansley are contemporarily stylish forms.

Alley, Aley
Var. of Allie. .. Actress Ally Walker. Compare surnames Allee (UPPER 8%), Aller (12%).

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ey names: Abbey, Adley, Ainsley, Amey, Ansley

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ey names: Ashley, Aubrey, Audrey, Bailey, Bayley, Bentley

Form of Amalfi. Place name .. Not in popularity charts.

Form of Amberly. .. Or a variant of Amber with .. Outside Top 2000.


From Old English. "Hermitage field." A conventional birth name (#791 A YEAR AGO), Ansley also exists frequently as a surname. Also used for boys.

Ashley and variants

Ashley, var. Asheley
From Old English word. "Ash meadow." Ashley appears commonly (UPPER 1%) as a last name.


Source fr. Old German language. "Elf or magical being, power." Unisex name. A very conventional girls' name (#36 THE PAST YEAR), Aubrey is also found often as a last name.


From Old English element. "Noble strength." Audrey was popular in the 1930s and is almost as common now. See also Adrea.

Bailey and variants

Bailey, var. Bayley, Bailley
Stems fr. Old English element. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." Bailley and forms were popular as birth names 2 decades ago and are now less common.

Form of Barbara. Source fr. Latin. "Foreign woman." Outside Top 2000.

Form of Rebecca. Root fr. Hebrew element. "To bind." Rather unusual as a birth name, Beckey exists more commonly as a last name.


Derivative of Old English. "Meadow of bent grass." Bentley is unique as a feminine name, existing commonly (TOP 1%) as a last name. Gender-neutral name.

Quick Reference

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

1. Abbey - Bentley
Abigail [Abbey], Adalia [Adalley], Adelaide [Laidey, ..], Ada [Adey], Adlai [Adley], Emily [Emmey, ..], Aileen [Ailey], Aimee [Amey, ..], Ainsley [Aynsley, ..], Allie [Alley, ..], Amalfi [Amalfey], Amberly [Amberley], Ansley, Ashley [Asheley], Aubrey, Audrey, Bailey [Bayley, ..], Barbara [Barbey], Rebecca [Beckey], Bentley

Bethany [Betheney, ..], Elizabeth [Libbey, ..], Betsy [Betsey], Betty [Betsey], Beverly [Beverley], Bianca [Bianey], Wilhelmina [Billey], Bird [Birdey], Blake [Bladeney, ..], Bonnie [Bonney], Bradley, Brandy [Brantley], Brittany [Bryttney, ..], Bridget [Bridey], Briley [Bryley], Brianna [Briney], Brinley, Britney [Brittney], Cady [Cadey], Cayla [Kayley, ..]

Kalila [Kailey, ..], Catherine [Katey, ..], Calandra [Calley], Calantha [Calley], Callie [Kalley, ..], Carol [Carley, ..], Carrie [Carrey, ..], Carey [Carrey], Carla [Carley], Carly [Carley], Caroline [Carley], Cassandra [Kasey, ..], Acacia [Kasey, ..], Casey [Kaysey, ..], Cassie [Kassey, ..], Katherine [Kittey, ..], Cassidy [Kassodey, ..], Kate [Katey, ..], Kaylee [Kaylley, ..], Cecilia [Sessaley, ..]

Celeste [Celesley], Chaney [Chayney, ..], Chantal [Chantey], Charity [Sharitey, ..], Charlie [Charley], Chasity [Chassey], Chastity [Chastney, ..], Chelsea [Chelsey], Cherry [Cherrey, ..], Cher [Sherey, ..], Chesleigh [Chessley, ..], Chesney [Chessney], Christy [Kristey, ..], Sissy [Sissey, ..], Claire [Clarey, ..], Claudia [Claudey], Chloe [Khloey, ..], Cody [Kodey, ..], Nicole [Coley], Colleen [Coley]

Constance [Conney], Cordelia [Cordey], Kora [Korey, ..], Corey [Korrey, ..], Cora [Korey, ..], Corliss [Corley], Courtney [Quartney, ..], Christina [Crissey], Cydney [Cidney], Dabney, Candace [Dacey, ..], Dacey [Daisey], Daisy [Daisey], Danielle [Danney, ..], Dana [Daney], Daphne [Daphney], Darby [Darrbey, ..], Darcie [Darsey, ..], Daveney, Deborah [Debbey]

Delancey, Delaney [Delainey], Denise [Deney], Destiny [Destiney], Devany [Devaney], Deirdre [Diedrey], Dimity [Dimitey], Dodie [Dodey], Dolly [Dolley], Dorothy [Dottey, ..], Dorcey [Dorsey], Eudora [Dorey], Dorsey, Earla [Earley], Ebony [Ebonney, ..], Eileen [Eiley], Eilidh [Eiley], Esther [Ettey], Evadne [Evadney], Evanthe [Evanthey]

Eve [Evey, ..], Frances [Francey, ..], Fanny [Fanney], Fernley, Fay [Fey], Flana [Flannerey], Florence [Flossey], Fortney, Frederica [Freddey], Gypsy [Gipsey], Gloria [Glorey], Grace [Gracey], Hadley [Hedley], Haley [Hayley, ..], Halle [Halley], Hallie [Halley], Haralda [Halley], Harley [Arley], Harmony [Harmoney], Harriet [Hatsey]

Hayley [Haley, ..], Heidi [Heidey], Hephzibah [Hepsey], Holly [Holley], Honey, Ivy [Ivey], Jacey, Jacinda [Jacey], Jackie [Jacquey, ..], Jamie [Jamey, ..], Jaime [Jamey], Jane [Janney, ..], Jennifer [Jenney], Jennie [Jenney], Jerrie [Jerrey], Jessica [Jessey], Jessie [Jessey], Jay [Jey], Joby [Jobey], Jody [Jodey]

Josephine [Josey, ..], Jolie [Joley], Julie [Juley, ..], Jordan [Jorey], Judy [Judey], Julia [Juley], Kacie [Kasey, ..], Karla [Karley], Kassie [Kascey], Kasey, Katie [Katey], Kathy [Kathey], Keely [Keylley, ..], Kelby [Kelbey], Kelly [Kelley], Kelsey [Kellsey, ..], Kempley, Kerry [Kerrey], Kylie [Kyley, ..], Kiley

Kimberly [Kymberley, ..], Kinsey [Kinnsey], Kitty [Kittey], Kori [Korey], Kourtney [Kortney], Lacey [Laisey, ..], Lady [Ladey], Lane [Laney, ..], Elaine [Layney, ..], Lainey [Laney], Laine [Laney], Langley, Lassie [Lassey], Leslie [Lezley, ..], Libby [Libbey], Lily [Lilley], Linda [Lindey], Lindsay [Lynzey, ..], Lora [Lorey], Laura [Lorey]

Charlotte [Lottey], Karlotta [Lottey], Love [Lovey], Lyndsey [Lynsey], Lynn [Lynley], Macy [Maicey, ..], Mackenzie [Mackenzey], Magali [Magaley], Maggie [Maggey], Maisie [Mazey, ..], Melanie [Melloney, ..], Mallory [Malorey, ..], Marcy [Marsey, ..], Margery [Marjorey, ..], Margaret [Marjorey, ..], Marjorie [Marjorey, ..], Marlene [Marley], Marlee [Marley], Marni [Marney], Marmara [Marney]

Maida [Maydey], Melody [Melodey], Mercy [Mersey, ..], Michaela [Mickey], Molly [Molley], Nancy [Nansey, ..], Anne [Nancey], Hannah [Nanney], Eleanor [Nelley], Nelly [Nelley], Nelsey [Nellsey], Nikki [Nikkey], Normandie [Normandey], Paisley, Pansy [Pansey], Patricia [Pattey], Penelope [Penney], Penny [Penney], Pearl [Perley], Perry [Perrey]

Phoebe [Phoebey], Polly [Polley], Posy [Posey], Quinn [Quincey], Quincey, Raleigh [Rawley, ..], Raina [Reyney, ..], Ramsay [Ramsey], Rene [Reney], Rey, Riley [Ryley, ..], Ripley, Robin [Robbey], Roberta [Robbey], Romney, Ronni [Ronney], Rosalie [Rosaley], Rosemary [Rosemarey], Rose [Rosey], Rosae [Rosey]

Roxanne [Roxey], Ruby [Rubey], Rylee [Ryley], Sadie [Saidey], Sarah [Sarrey, ..], Sally [Salley], Salome [Salomey], Samantha [Sammey, ..], Selby [Selbey], Sesame [Sesamey], Shandy [Shandey], Shaneika [Shantey, ..], Shanelle [Shaney], Shawnee [Shawney], Shelby [Shelbey], Rochelle [Shelley], Rachel [Shelley], Shelley [Schelley], Sherry [Sherrey, ..], Shirley [Shirlley]

Sidney, Sigourney, Silver [Silverey], Cicely [Sisley], Sivney, Soki [Sokey], Sophia [Sophey], Stacy [Staycey, ..], Anastasia [Stacey], Eustacia [Stacey], Stephanie [Stevey, ..], Sukey, Susan [Sukey], Sydney [Sidney, ..], Tabitha [Tabbey], Tacy [Tacey], Thalia [Talley], Talicia [Talley], Tallulah [Talley], Tally [Talley]

Tammy [Tammey], Tawny [Tawney, ..], Tansy [Tanzey, ..], Tasha [Tashey], Toby [Tobey, ..], Theodora [Teddey], Terry [Terrey], Theresa [Tracey, ..], Tandy [Thandey], Tierney, Tiffany [Tiffney, ..], Tilda [Tilley], Timothea [Timmey], Toni [Toney], Tori [Torrey, ..], Tracy [Treasey, ..], Trelane [Trelaney], Trilby [Trilbey], Trinity [Trinitey], Trudy [Trudey]

Truth [Truley], Unity [Unitey], Ursula [Ursley], Valerie [Vallorey, ..], Valley, Vicky [Vikkey, ..], Victoria [Vikkey, ..], Waverly [Waverley], Wendy [Wendey], Whitley [Whittley], Whitney [Whittney, ..], Yancey, Iolanthe [Yolley], Zoe [Zooey, ..]

Usage comparison for -ey names