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Boy Names Ending with -ey

Ey ending baby names and what they mean, with 424 results. -ey names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1960-1969 (USAGE OF 3.1%) and have become much less common since (USAGE 1.2%, 60% LESS), with names such as Carey becoming somewhat outmoded. The trendier birth names in this compilation are Wesley (#105), Finley (#273), Oakley (#459), Huxley (#668) and Finnley (#615), while Foley (TOP 1%) and Fraley (2%) are popular -ey last names. Here is the list of -ey names for girls.

-ey names

Abbey - Amorey | Andrey - Barnabey | Barney - Bobbey | Bodey - Buddey | Burley - Chauncey | Chauncey - Corney | .. - .. | Yancey - Zackarey

Abbey - Amorey

Form of Abbas. Derived fr. Arabic, Hebrew elements. "Stern, somber; father." Popular as last name, and Abbey (UPPER 4%) is similar to common surnames Agey (UPPER 74%), Acey (22%), which also end with -ey. Unisex name.

.. Political activist Abbie Hoffman. Compare surnames Abney (UPPER 2%), Abben (90%). Cross-gender use.

Var. of Abbott. Origin fr. Old English element. "Father, priest." Asbey and Aubey are creative variations.

Form of Abelard. From Old German word. "Noble strength." Not in popularity charts. Unisex name.

Form of Abner. Origin fr. Hebrew language. "Father of light." Gender-neutral name. Not Top 2000 name.

Form of Abe. Origin fr. Hebrew. Short form of Abner, Abraham, and .. A seldom-used children's name, Abey occurs more conventionally as a last name.

Form of Abel. Derivative of Hebrew. "Breath, vapour." Abey is unique as a children's name. See also Ab.

Var. of Abraham. Source fr. Hebrew language. "Father of a multitude (of nations)." Abey is uncommon as a birth name. See also Abel.

Form of Abram. From Hebrew word. "High father." Abed is a marginally favored boys' name. See also Abby.


Var. of Ace. Stems fr. English language. "Number one, the best." Less common today. Acey was last recorded in 1880-1889 in the Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ey names: Acey

Ackerley, var. Ackley
Source fr. Old English element. "Oak meadow." Ackley (TOP 3%) and Ackerley (31%) exist frequently as last names.

Var. of Adlai. Source fr. Hebrew language. "God is just." Adley is unique as a baby name. Gender-neutral name.

Root fr. Old English. "The noble's island." Adney is irregularly used as a men's name, existing often (TOP 20%) as a surname. See also Adem.

Amerey, Aimerey
Forms of Aimery. Based on Old German element. "King of work." Rare as baby names, but Aimerey and Amerey are similar to the more common Ameer.

Ainsley, var. Aynsley, Ansley
Root fr. Old English. "Only hermitage wood or clearing." Unique, with the -ley ending for Ainsley, Ansley, Aynsley, like Ardley, Alley.

Var. of Alexis. Source fr. Greek element. "Defender." Alexey was not a Top birth name in 2018. See also Algey.

Alfrey, Alfey
Forms of Alfred. From Old English language. "Elf or magical counsel." Alfey and Alfrey were not Top birth names in 2018.

Form of Algernon. Derived fr. Old French. "Wearing a mustache." Algey was not among 2018's Top names. See also Alley.

Var. of Alan. Derived fr. Old German language. "Precious." Unique, with the -ley suffix for Alley, like Atley, Annsley. Unisex name.

Var. of Amory. Source fr. Old German language. "Brave power." Unique. Amorey, like Autrey, has the androgynous-sounding -rey ending. See also Amor.

Quick Reference

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

1. Abbey - Amorey
Abbas [Abbey], Abbey, Abbott [Abbey], Abelard [Abbey], Abner [Abbey], Abe [Abey], Abel [Abey], Abraham [Abey], Abram [Abey], Ace [Acey], Ackerley [Ackley], Adlai [Adley], Adney, Aimery [Amerey, ..], Ainsley [Aynsley, ..], Alexis [Alexey], Alfred [Alfrey, ..], Algernon [Algey], Alan [Alley], Amory [Amorey]

Andre [Ondrey, ..], Andrew [Ondrey, ..], Anfernee [Anferney], Ansley [Annsley, ..], Anthony [Toney, ..], Ardley [Ardsley], Arley, Arne [Arney], Arnold [Arney], Ashby [Ashbey], Ashley [Asheley], Atley [Attley], Aubrey [Averey], Audey, Audley, Autry [Autrey], Avery [Averey], Bailey [Bayley, ..], Barclay [Berkley, ..], Barnabas [Barney, ..]

Barney, Bernard [Barney], Barnett [Barney], Barrett [Barrey], Barry [Barrey], Baxter [Baxley], Baxley, Beasley [Peaseley], Bellamy [Bellamey], Benjamin [Benjey], Bentley, Berkeley [Birkley, ..], Beverly [Beverley], Birkey, Birley, Birney [Burney], Blakely [Blakeley], Blakeney, Blain [Blaney], Bob [Bobbey]

Boden [Bodey], Bogart [Bogey], Bosley, Brady [Bradey], Bradley [Bradney], Branley, Brand [Brantley], Brant [Brantley], Brawley, Brent [Brentley], Bridgely [Bridgeley], Briley [Bryley], Brinley [Brindley, ..], Brockley, Brody [Brodey], Bromley, Bruce [Brucey], Buck [Buckley, ..], Buckley, Bud [Buddey]

Burleigh [Byrley, ..], Burns [Burney], Burney [Beirney], Busby [Busbey], Cadby [Cadbey], Caelan [Caley], Caley [Kayley, ..], Canby [Canbey], Cary [Carrey, ..], Carley, Carlyle [Carley], Carney [Kearney], Casey [Kasey, ..], Cassidy [Cassidey], Chalkley, Chaney [Cheney, ..], Cheyne [Cheney, ..], Chantrey, Charles [Charley], Chance [Choncey, ..]

Chauncey [Chawncey, ..], Chesley, Chesney [Cheney], Clancy [Claney, ..], Clare [Clarey], Coakley [Cokeley], Kobi [Kobey, ..], Coby [Kobey, ..], Cody [Codey], Colby [Colbey], Cole [Coley], Colley, Coney, Conley, Conlan [Conley], Corey [Korey, ..], Cory [Corey], Corliss [Corley], Cornelius [Corney], Cornell [Corney]

Cowrie [Cowrey, ..], Courtney [Cortney], Cort [Courtney], Covey [Covvey], Cox [Coxey], Cranley, Crosby [Crosbey], Crosley [Crossley], Culley, Curley, Curran [Currey], Cydney, Dabney, Dacey [Daicey], Dace [Dacey], Dahy [Dahey], Dailey [Daley], Dale [Daley], Daly [Dawley, ..], Darby [Darbey]

Darcy [Darsey, ..], Darnley, David [Davey], Delaney [Delainey], Dempsey, Denby [Denney, ..], Denley, Dennis [Denney], Derby [Derbey], Destry [Destrey], Dewey, Diggory [Diggorey], Donte [Dontey], Dooley, Dorsey, Dudley, Duff [Duffey], Dunley [Dunnley], Early [Earley], Eberlein [Eberley]

Ellery [Elrey, ..], Emery [Emerey], Everley, Farley [Farrley], Farnley [Fernley], Fernley [Farnley], Finlay [Finnley, ..], Fortney [Fourtney, ..], Frey, Fursey, Gary [Garrey, ..], Gervase [Jarvey, ..], Garvey [Garrvey], Geary [Gearey], Geoffrey [Joffrey, ..], Giovanni [Jovanney, ..], Jerry [Jerrey, ..], Gian [Gianney], Gilby [Gillbey, ..], Gill [Gilley]

Godfrey, Grady [Graidey, ..], Grantland [Grantley], Grant [Grantley], Greeley, Gray [Grey], Grey, Gridley, Grimsley, Guthrie [Guthrey], Hadley, Hagley, Haley [Hayley, ..], Halley, Halsey [Hallsey], Hanley [Henley, ..], Hardy [Hardey], Harley [Arley], Hartley, Harvey [Hervey]

Hastings [Hastey], Hawley, Hedley [Headley], Henley, Hernley, Hewney [Owney], Hobart [Hobey], Hockley, Hockney, Horsley, Hugh [Huey], Humphrey [Humfrey], Huntley, Hurley, Huxley, Isaac [Ikey], Jace [Jacey], James [Jamey, ..], Jaime [Jaimey], Jacob [Jamsey, ..]

Jamie [Jamey], Jarvis [Jervey, ..], Jefferson [Jeffey], Jeffrey [Joffrey, ..], Jeremy [Jeramey], Jesse [Jessey], Jim [Jimmey], Jody [Jodey], Joseph [Joey], Joe [Joey], Joffrey [Jophrey], Jon [Joncorey], Joren [Jorey], Jory [Jorey], John [Jovanney, ..], July [Juley], Kacey [Kasey, ..], Kaelan [Kaley], Cameron [Kamrey], Kasi [Kasey]

Kasey [Kacey], Kearney [Karney], Kearn [Kearney], Keeley [Kealey], Kelby [Kelbey], Kelly [Kelley], Kelsey, Kenley, Kennedy [Kennedey], Ken [Kenney], Kenny [Kinney, ..], Kirby [Kirbey, ..], Kerry [Kerrey], Keyes [Key], Kyle [Kiley], Kimberly [Kimberley], Kingsley [Kinsley, ..], Kirkley, Knightley, Kody [Kodey]

Kory [Korrey, ..], Lacy [Lacey], Ladd [Laddey], Langley, Lawrence [Lawrey, ..], Leslie [Lesley], Levi [Levey], Lindley, Lindsay [Lyndsey, ..], Linley, Lynley, Mabry [Maybrey, ..], Mace [Macey], Macy [Macey], Mac [Mackey], Mackinley [Mckinley], Manley, Mark [Markey], Marley, Massey

Matthew [Matvey], Maximus [Maxey], Maximilian [Maxey], Mc- [Mckinley], Mendel [Mendeley], Mercury [Mercurey], Mersey, Michael [Mikey, ..], Mike [Mickey], Micah [Mikey], Morris [Morrey, ..], Maurice [Morrey, ..], Morley [Morrley, ..], Murphy [Murphey, ..], Murray [Murrey], Nicholas [Nickey], Oakley, Ondre [Ohndrey], Olexei [Olexey, ..], Oliver [Olley]

Patrick [Paddey, ..], Paddy [Paddey], Paisley, Paley, Parry [Parrey], Penley [Pennley], Percival [Percey], Percy [Percey], Pitney [Pittney], Pompeo [Pompey], Presley [Priestley, ..], Quigley, Quincy [Quincey], Radley, Rafferty [Raffertey], Rami [Ramey], Ramsay [Ramzey, ..], Randall [Randey], Randy [Randey], Ransley

Raleigh [Rawley], Redley [Radley], Reilly [Reilley], Remy [Remmey], Rey, Roy [Rey], Eric [Rickey], Cedric [Rickey], Broderick [Rickey], Richard [Rickey], Rick [Rickey], Ricky [Rickey], Ridgeley, Ridley [Riddley], Riley [Ryley], Ripley, Risley [Wrisley], Aldrich [Ritchey], Rockley, Rodney

Roland [Roley], Romney, Rooney [Rowney], Rory [Rorey], Rowley, Rudolph [Rudey], Rutley, Ryley, Sam [Sammey], Sandy [Sandey], Sedgley [Sedgeley], Seeley [Sealey], Selby [Shelbey, ..], Sergio [Sergey], Shandy [Shandey], Shanley [Shannley], Shawnee [Shawney], Shelby [Shelbey], Shelley, Shepley [Shipley]

Sidney [Sydney], Sivney, Smedley, Smokey, Somerley [Sorley], Eustace [Stacey], Stacy [Stacey], Stanley, Stepney, Stockley, Stoney, Sully [Sulley], Sunny [Sunney], Sweeney, Sydney, Tandie [Tandey], Tanner [Tanney], Tavis [Tavey], Ted [Teddey], Terry [Terrey]

Terence [Terrey], Thandiwe [Thandey], Tobias [Tobey, ..], Toby [Tobey, ..], Thorley, Thornley, Tiernan [Tierney, ..], Timothy [Timothey, ..], Thomas [Tommey, ..], Tony [Toney], Torry [Torrey, ..], Torrence [Torrey], Tracy [Tracey], Trey, Tully [Tulley], Vernon [Verney], Volney, Wadley, Wakeley, Wardley

Warley, Waverley [Waverley], Wetherby [Wetherbey, ..], Wetherly [Wetherley, ..], Webley, Welby [Wellbey, ..], Wesley [Westley, ..], Westby [Westbey], Westerly [Westerley], Wheatley, Whitby [Whitbey], White [Whitey], Whitley, Whitney, Wickley, Wiley [Willey], William [Wiley], Wylie [Wiley], Willoughby [Willoughbey], Worth [Worthey]

Yancy [Yantsey, ..], Yardley [Yeardley, ..], Yovanny [Yovanney], Zachary [Zackarey]

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