Ivorie

Ivorie meaning and origin

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: English
Pronunciation: \"pronunciation
Meaning: Pure, Creamy-white Color, Hard Tusk and Ivory
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Far-out English Ivorie is bestowed upon both sexes. Ivorie is version of unfading and dominant Ivory. Ivory's meaning is Hard Tusk Used for Carving Fine Art and Jewellery and Hard Tusk is originated from English is used chiefly in English.

Variants of Ivorie

Ivory, Ivery, Ivoryanna

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Popularity of Ivorie

Ivorie is an uncommon baby name in United States, although it has been in use since 1982 but could not make beyond the top 6000. Over 323 people have been named Ivorie in United States. At least, 300 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.

YearRankBirths
2018558822
2017624419
2016754115
2015642119
2014760915
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What numerology tells about Ivorie?

However, you live by other people's rules and social restrictions which is not good for you. Leave your own mark in the world. You always care more about other people's well-being and never find time to check how you are doing. Stay true to yourself and your friends. Relax, no one is forcing you to do things as other people do it. No one is as kind these days and has the same heart as you do.

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  •  Jaskirat - Commonly used in Indian, English and Sikh unexpected, Jaskirat is of Punjabi origin and is bestowed upon both genders, meaning of Jaskirat is "One who Sings Praises of the Lord, Popular or Never Shortage of Money"
  •  Adalid - Originated from Spanish, Unconventional Adalid is a gender insensitive name dominantly used in English and Spanish, Adalid means "Guide or Champion"
  •  Smedleah - The boy name Smedleah means "From the Flat Meadow" is rooted from English. Smedleah is a derivative of Smedley.
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