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What does Marleigh mean?

Marleigh Pronunciation of Marleigh as a boys' name (also used more widely as girls' name Marleigh) is an Old English name, and the meaning of Marleigh is "meadow near the lake". Marleigh is a variant form of Marley (Old English): place name.


ASSOCIATED WITH old english, meadow, lake (river)


VARIANTS Marly, Marlea



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How popular is Marleigh?

Marleigh is an uncommonly occurring given name for men. Marleigh is an equivalently unusual surname too for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. DEMOGRAPHICS)

Which version is better?

The only prominent variation form of Marleigh (OUTSIDE TOP 2000) appearing in the Top 2000 is Marley (#888 THE PREVIOUS YEAR). Adoption of this form of Marleigh was well-received less than a decade ago and has remained as widespread to this day. (2018 U.S. SSA RECORDS)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Marley in U.S.

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

Similar Names

Marleigh is pronounced similarly to Morleigh. Other suggested similar-sounding names are Ackleigh, Ansleigh, Arleigh, Ashleigh, Atleigh, Attleigh, Baileigh, Bosleigh (see Bosley), Bradleigh, Brauleigh, Brawleigh (see Brawley), Burleigh, Byrleigh (see Burleigh), Carleigh, Cranleigh, Dunleigh (see Dunley), Fairleigh, Farleigh, Farnleigh (see Farnley), Farrleigh (see Farley), Fernleigh, Hadleigh, Hagleigh (see Hagley), Haleigh, Handleigh (see Hanley), Hanleigh, Harleigh, Hartleigh, Hawleigh, Hayleigh, Headleigh (see Hedley), Henleigh, Horsleigh (see Horsley), Hurleigh, Huxleigh, Jarlaith, Jarleath, Kenleigh, Langleigh (see Langley), Linleigh, Manleigh, Markeith, Marlen, Marlin, Marlinn (see Marlon), Oakleigh, Penleigh, Radleigh, Ralegh (see Raleigh), Raleigh, Ransleigh (see Ransley), Rawleigh, Redleigh, Ridleigh, Ripleigh, Risleigh (see Risley), Rowleigh, Ryleigh, Sulleigh, Wadleigh, Wakeleigh (see Wakeley), Wardleigh (see Wardley) and Yardleigh. These names tend to be more commonly used than Marleigh.

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