Keylie name meaning

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Updated: March 17th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Celtic, Irish, Old Irish and Hawaiian
Usage: English
Pronunciation: ke(y)-lie
Meaning: Descendant of Caollaidhe, Warrior, Bright-headed, Farm by the Spring, Churches, Church and Monastery
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What does Keylie mean?

Keylie is another transcription of Keyli. Keyli is a version of Keiley. Also Keyli is variant form of unfading and preeminent Kelly.

How do I pronounce Keylie?

You can pronounce the two syllabled name Keylie as ke(y)-lie.

Variants of Keylie

Keyli, Keiley, Kelly, Keylei, Keilee, Keeley, Kayla, Kailianna, Ceallagh

Middle Names for Keylie

Pien, Elizebeth, Ariadna, view more middle names that goes with Keylie

How popular is the name Keylie?

Keylie is an uncommon baby name in United States, even after 20 years of presence it could not make beyond the top 7000. Over 236 babies in United States have been named Keylie.

The given name is a rare baby name in France where it is still in use. According to our estimate, over 200 babies have been named Keylie globally.

YearRankBirths
2018113468
2017823813
20161004010
2015889312
2014949511
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What numbers say about Keylie?

Meditation is your thing. Partnerships are exclusively important to you. You are also a great storyteller and always share the best experiences. Your career success is inevitable. Helping others makes your heart happy. Having number 1 as your soul urge no reveals your deep desire to prove yourself to other people and acquire their acceptance. You are born for so much more than you think. If you notice someone being superficial, you walk away.

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  •  Germanus - Originated from Latin and Celtic, Germanus bestowed upon baby boys is used majorly in Finnish, Swedish and German. Germanus is Latin form of Germann

Famous people named Keylie

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