Amy

Amy meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Latin
Usage: English, Kannada, Tamil, Icelandic, Finnish, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Loved One, Industrious, My Nation, My People, The Beloved and Who is Loved
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Celebrated and Perennial unisex name Amy is used majorly in Kannada, Tamil, Finnish, Danish, Icelandic, Swedish, English and Norwegian, meaning of Amy is "Truth, Industrious, My Nation, My People, The Beloved or Who is Loved" is of Latin origin. Amy is variation of well-liked and conifer Amalia. Amalia is a form of commonly accepted and venerable Emily. Amalia is derived from Emilie. Amalia is Latin equivalent of Germanic Names Beginning with Amal-. Prominent and Ever lasting Amalia is originated from Latin and Gothic languages, Amalia means "Brave, Emulus and Aspirations". Amy is a shortened form of Amata. Amata is version of sacred and conifer Amy. Amata is resulted from Aimee. Acclaimed and Venerable Amata came from Latin, meaning of Amata is "The Beloved, Who is Loved and The Beloved". Amy is form of Aimée in English language. It is celebrated on February 20.

Variants of Amy

Amatus, Aami, Amalia, Emily, Aimil, Amata, Amymarie, Aimée

Names that rhyme with Amy

Popularity of Amy

Amy was among the n extremely popular names in United States. Since emerging in 1880 around 693569 babies have been given the name. When at the peak of its usage in 1973, 32252 girls were bestowed the name and it was ranked at 2nd position. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 200 years but still dominating the charts. Additionally, the name has been in the top 5 baby names 10 times Also, Amy was among the very popular names in England and Wales. Since emerging in 1996 around 51565 babies have been given the given name. When at the peak of its usage in 1996, it ranked 9th when 5206 parents chose the moniker for their baby girls. However after 23 years, the name is on free fall on the charts. Moreover, the name has been to the top 10 baby names 1 times

A common name in France with over 2271 new-borns have been given the name since 1982. Presently at its peak, the moniker grabbed the 284th spot and 215 baby girls were given the name. Also, Amy used to be a common name in Belgium, first appeared in 2007 and over 306 babies have been given the name in 3 years. When at the peak of its usage in 2007,. After 3 years of usage, the name has fallen out of the charts.

However things change on global perspective, Amy is extremely popular in Senegal where every 1 in 110 have the name as well as in England. Also the baby name is popular in Canada, Philippines, Australia, Egypt, Malaysia, China, New Zealand, Wales, Sudan and Scotland. According to our evaluation, at least 1490000 people have been bestowed Amy around the globe.

YearBoysGirls
RankBirthsRankBirths
20182051497
20171741724
20161761828
20151582037
20141207851482188
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Amy in Nordic countries

CountriesMenWomen
First NameSecondary NameFirst NameSecondary Name
Netherlands557236872
Finland000372

What numbers say about Amy?

You are always preoccupied with other people's problems because they know you are compassionate and ready to help at any time. You don't brag with your success and tend to keep a low profile. Your life interests change as you change, constantly. You believe that nothing is impossible until your heart beats. Learn to let go of things that don't belong in your life anymore. You are not like other people. You can't get used to a boring life and monotony.

Other names similar to Amy, for name hunters

  •  Florian - Persistent and Renowned Florian is used substantially in German, Finnish and Hindi is a gender-neutral name. It is rooted from Latin, Florian means "Flower, Flowering or Flourishing"
  •  Mercé - Meaning of Mercé is Price, Favor and Grace is originated from Latin is given to girls. Mercé is abridged form of Mercedes.
  •  Maciel means Very Slender is a unisex name is originated from Latin
  •  Viktorija - Unexpected choice and Contemporary Viktorija came from Latin language bestowed upon girls, meaning of Viktorija is "The Victor or Victory" is used commonly in Finnish and Swedish
  •  Juliette - Trendy and Evergreen unisex name Juliette is predominantly used in English and French and originated from Latin, Juliette means "Downy-bearded or Youthful"
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Namesakes of Amy

    Amy Beach, American composer and pianist
  • Amy Dillwyn, novelist, businesswoman, and social benefactor
  • Amy Woodforde-Finden, composer
  • Amy Ridenour,
  • Amy Gerstler, American poet
  • Amy Clampitt, American poet and author
  • Amy Linker, American former child actress
  • Amy Sohn, Brooklyn-based author, columnist and screenwriter
  • Amy Lalonde, Canadian-born television and film actress
  • Amy Rigby, American singer-songwriter
  • Amy Grossberg and Brian Peterson, who later threw the baby into a dumpster
  • Amy Jenkins, English novelist and screenwriter
  • Amy Catherine Walton, English author of Christian children's books
  • Amy Carmichael, Protestant Christian missionary in India
  • Amy Chambers, Anglican priest in Fiji
  • Amy Aquino, American television, film, and stage actress
  • Amy Matysio, Canadian theatre, television and film actress
  • Amy MacDonald, American author of children's books
  • Amy Bock, Tasmanian-born New Zealand female confidence trickster and male impersonator
  • Amy Sherwin, Australian soprano singer
  • Amy Watkins, social worker from Topeka, Kansas,
  • Amy H. Sturgis, author
  • Amy Agulay, retired field hockey goalkeeper from Canada
  • Amy MacFarlane, former field hockey forward
  • Amy Argetsinger, editor for the Style section of 'The Washington Post'
  • Amy Briggs, video game implementor
  • Amy Ferrarotti, television and radio voice
  • Amy Wesson, American fashion model from Tupelo, Mississippi
  • Amy Williams, British former skeleton racer and Olympic gold medallist
  • Amy L. Lansky, American author, computer scientist, and homeopath
  • Amy Uyematsu, Japanese-American poet
  • Amy Matthews, licensed general contractor and the host of DIY Network's 'Sweat Equity' and 'Bathroom Renovations'
  • Amy Sannes, Olympic speed skater
  • Amy B. Jordan, professor of Journalism and Media Studies at Rutgers University
  • Amy Fox, playwright and screenwriter based in New York City
  • Amy Jacobson, general assignment reporter for WMAQ-TV
  • Amy Gutman, American novelist
  • Amy Polumbo, was crowned Miss New Jersey 2007
  • Amy Chance, former American child actor born in Hollywood
  • Amy Bloom, American writer and psychotherapist
  • Amy and Isaac Post, were radical Hicksite Quakers
  • Amy Marie Charles, was professor of English literature at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a scholar of the seventeenth-century English poet George Herbert
  • Amy B. Smith, American inventor, educator
  • Amy Barger, American astronomer whose discoveries have most concerned quasars
  • Amy S. Bruckman, professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology affiliated with the School of Interactive Computing and the GVU Center
  • Amy Grant, American singer, songwriter, musician
  • Amy Tan, American writer whose works explore mother-daughter relationships and the Chinese American experience
  • Amy Johnson, pioneering English aviator
  • Amy Lowell, American poet of the imagist school from Brookline
  • Amy Goodman, American broadcast journalist
  • Amy Sherman-Palladino, American television writer, director, and producer
  • Amy Sedaris, American actress

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