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Kaylie is a baby girl’s name of Arabic, Hebrew, and Greek origin. From Arabic and Hebrew, Kaylie means “laurel, crown”. From Greek, Kaylie comes from the name Katherine and means “pure”. Kaylie is a popular, youthful name that has been on the radar since the late 1980s and is still going strong as of 2020.

Meaning of the Name Kaylie

Kaylie is a baby girl’s name of several popular origins. From Arabic and Hebrew, Kaylie means “laurel, crown”. From Greek, Kaylie is the diminutive of Kayla and is derived from Katherine meaning “pure”. The laurel plant, specifically bay laurel, is associated with victory, strength, and power. Crowns and wreaths of bay laurel were gifted to victorious soldiers as well as athletes.

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Nicknames for Kaylie

Kaylie evokes feelings of youthful energy and creativity. Below, we've compiled a list of possible options when it comes to nicknaming the Kaylie in your life. However, feel free to come up with a nickname that is unique to their individual personality.

Kaylie Name Details

Style: Traditional

Gender: Kaylie is traditionally considered to be a girls name.

Pronunciation: KAY-lee

Syllables: Two

Alternative Spelling for Kaylie

Kaylie Name Popularity

According to the Social Security Administration, Kaylie is a popular baby girl’s name. Kaylie has been in the top 1000 baby names since 1987. Kaylie peaked at #281 in 2006.

Great Middle Names for Kaylie and Their Meanings

  • Jane (God is gracious)
  • Rhian (maiden)
  • Sera (princess)
  • Livia (olive tree)
  • Simone (hearkening)
  • Darah (pearl of wisdom, oak tree)
  • Sierra (saw)
  • Zora (dawn)

Famous People Named Kaylie

  • Kaylie Jones (American memoirist)
  • Kaylie Atwood (American correspondent)
  • Kaylie Leas (American lifestyle vlogger)
  • Kaylie Altman (American lifestyle blogger)
  • Kaylie Hooper (television, “30 Rock”)
  • Kaylie Cruz (television, “Make It Or Break It”)
  • Kaylie Russell (film, “Oculus”)
  • Kaylie (literature, “Meg: Hell's Aquarium” by Steve Alten)
  • Kaylie (television, “Second Noah”)
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