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Beverlie (girl)

What does Beverlie mean?

Beverlie Pronunciation of Beverlie as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Beverlie) is an Old English name, and Beverlie means "beaver stream or meadow". Beverlie is a version of Beverly (Old English).


ASSOCIATED WITH old english, stream (river), meadow


VARIANTS Bevverly, Bevverlie, Beverlye, Beverley, Beverlee

RELATED FORMS VIA BEVERLY Bevalee, Beverle, Bevie, Verlie



Beverlie Jayden (B.J.), ..

How popular is Beverlie?

Beverlie is an uncommon first name for women. Beverlie is a rare last name too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Popular variation forms of Beverlie (NOT RANKED) ranked in the Top 2000 are Beverlee, Beverley, Beverly (#1293 FROM RECENT DATA) and Verlie. Other forms, like Bevverly, are uncommon. These forms of Beverlie were popular 88 years ago (USAGE OF 0.8%) and are now significantly less popular (USAGE 0.01%, 98.7%), with forms like Beverley becoming less trendy. (2018 BIRTH STATISTICS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Beverlee, Beverley, Beverly, Verlie in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Beverlie and related baby names outside U.S.

Similar Names

Recommended sound-alike names are Aeverie, Allerie, Ambarlie (see Amberly), Amberlie, Annelie, Averie, Avrie, Barbie, Baseelle (see Basilia), Bazeele, Bazeelle (see Basilia), Beatrice, Beatriz, Bedeelia (see Bedelia), Bedelia, Beebee, Bekkie, Belle, Benecia, Bennie, Bentlee (see Bentley), Berdie, Berenyce, Berit, Bernelle, Berni, Bernie, Bernise, Berree (see Berry), Berrie, Berrte (see Bertha), Berte, Bertie, Bertrice, Bethelle (see Bethel), Bevin, Billie, Brenie, Byrdie, Cecilie, Cescelie, Cesilie, Chelie, Cherie, Cherylie, Corelie, Deidrie, Haelie, Janellie, Jerrie, Kaelie, Keelie, Kellie, Kemplie (see Kempley), Kendrie, Keylie, Keyllie, Leslie, Leverne, Mercie, Neelie, Ophelie, Pearlie, Perrie, Rozelie (see Rosalie), Scherie, Seelie, Sherlie, Sherrie, Sherrlie (see Shirley), Silverie, Verdie, Vernie, Weslie and Zoelie. These names tend to be more commonly used than Beverlie.

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