Aubrie is an alternative spelling of the more common and popular Aubrey. Aubrey itself has been a top 100 baby name for girls in the United States since the mid-2000s, so it makes sense that Aubrie has become increasingly popular since around 2001. The “ie” ending gives it a more feminine and Americanized feel. Aubrie also comes with a cute meaning.
Meaning of the name Aubrie:
English: Ruler of the elves
German: Rule of the elves
Origin of the name Aubrie:
Aubrie is an alternative spelling of Aubrey. The name is derived from the old Germanic name Alberic, which means “ruler of the elves.” The Normans brought the name to England where it became fairly popular for boys. By the 1970s, it was more of a name for girls.
Symbolism of the name Aubrie:
Aubrie doesn't offer much in the way of symbolism. The meaning “ruler of the elves” has sort of a whimsical feel today that some new parents may choose just for fun.
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Gender of the name Aubrie:
Aubrie is a unisex baby name, though it's more common for girls.
Pronunciation of the name Aubrie:
Number of syllables in the name Aubrie:
Emotion evoked from the name Aubrie:
The baby name Aubrie evokes images of someone who is very independent and enjoys solitude. She is also a hard worker.
Alternative spellings for the name Aubrie:
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Popularity of the name Aubrie:
According to the Social Security Administration, Aubrie has been a top 1,000 baby name for girls in the United States since 2001. It was most popular in 2012 when it ranked at number 325. As of 2021, it ranks at number 797.
Related names for the name Aubrie:
Great middle names for Aubrie and their meanings:
- Venus (goddess of love)
- Rose (flower)
- Scarlet (red)
- Jayne (God is gracious)
- Josephine (God increases)
- Lucille (light)
- Vera (faith)
- Violet (purple flower)
- Nora (honor, light)
Famous people with the name Aubrie:
- Aubrie “Brie” Rippner (tennis player)
- Aubrie Lee Sellers (country music singer)
- Aubrie Williams (model)
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