Corrie is a feminine baby name of Irish and Greek origin. Corrie means “from the hollow” or “maiden” and is a diminutive of most names starting with Cor-. Corrie has fallen in popularity in favor of more traditional versions like Cordelia and Coralie but remains a popular nickname.
Meaning of the name Corrie:
Irish: from the hollow
Origin of the name Corrie:
Corrie is a baby girl’s name of Irish and Greek origin. From Irish Corrie means “from the hollow” and from Greek Corrie means “maiden”. Corrie is the feminine version of the name Corey.
Symbolism of the name Corrie:
A hollow is a small clearing in a wooded area, often a place where many types of animals make their home and unique species of plants can be found.
Style of the name Corrie:
Gender of the name Corrie:
Corrie is a girl's name.
Pronunciation of the name Corrie:
KAWR-ee (English), KAWRH-ee (Dutch)
Number of syllables in the name Corrie:
Emotion evoked from the name Corrie:
Corrie evokes feelings of compassion and wisdom.
Alternative spellings for the name Corrie:
Cori, Corie, Kori, Corey, Korey, Kory
Nicknames for the name Corrie:
Popularity of the name Corrie:
According to the Social Security Administration, Corrie is a popular baby girl’s name. Corrie was on the top 1000 baby names list from 1900 to 1922 and again from 1972 to 1986.
Related names for the name Corrie:
Great middle names for the name Corrie and their meanings:
- Alys (noble)
- Brianne (strong, virtuous)
- Thea (goddess)
- Delia (of Delos)
- Annette (grace)
- Maris (of the sea)
- Cerys (love)
- Adele (noble)
Famous people with the name Corrie:
- Corrie Dong Quan Lothrop (American gymnast)
- Corrie Clark (American swimmer)
- Corrie de Bruin (Dutch track and field)
- Corrie Scott (Scottish swimmer)
- Corry van Zanten (Dutch opera singer)