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What does Caycie mean?

Caycie Pronunciation of Caycie as a name for girls has the meaning "alert, watchful". Caycie is a version of Casey (Irish, Gaelic): from the male Gaelic name Cathasaigh.



VARIANTS Kaycie, Kacie, Cacie

RELATED FORMS VIA CASEY Cacey, Caci, Cacia, Cacy, Caisee, Caisi, Caisie, Cascy, Casee, Casi, Casie, Casse, Cassee, Cassye, Cayce, Caycee, Caycey, Cayci, Cayse, Caysee, Caysey, Caysi, Caysie, Cazzi, Kace, Kacee, Kaci, Kacye, Kasci, Kasie, Kayce, Kaycee, Kaycey, Kayci, Kayse, Kaysee, Kaysi, Kaysie



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How popular is Caycie?

Caycie is an uncommonly occurring given name for females. Caycie is an equally uncommon last name for all people. (2000 U.S. CENSUS)

Which version is better?

Popular alternative forms of Caycie (NOT RANKED) rated in the Top 2000 are Casey (#916 A YEAR AGO), Casie, Kacee, Kaci (#1523), Kacie (#1672), Kasie, Kayce, Kaycee (#1256), Kayci and Kaycie. Other variants, like Caci, are seldom used. These relations of Caycie were favored by parents 28 years ago (ADOPTION OF 0.26%) and have become much less conventional since (ADOPTION 0.04%, 83.1%). Casey is more familiar than the rest, although Kaycee seems to be getting popular too, while versions like Kasie have become less popular. (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Casey, Casie, Kacee, Kaci, Kacie in U.S.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Kasie, Kayce, Kaycee, Kayci, Kaycie in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Casey outside U.S.

Similar Names

Caycie is alike in pronunciation to Cassi, Cassia, Cassie and Kassie. Other recommended sound-alike names are Baylie, Cacau, Cadie, Cahlie, Caidie, Cailie, Caitie, Calie, Callie, Cammie, Candie, Carie, Carlie, Carmie, Carrie, Casia, Cathie, Catie, Caye, Caylee, Caylia, Caylie, Caylin, Caysha, Chassie, Chickie, Cici, Cissie, Clytie, Dacie, Darcie, Fancie, Haylie, Jacie, Jaycee, Jaycie, Jaymie, Jaynie, Joycie, Kaylie, Lacie, Laycie, Macie, Marcie, Maymie, Nancie, Raycine, Saydie, Tacie, Tayzie and Yancie. These names tend to be more commonly used than Caycie.

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