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Kelsea is a popular baby girl’s name and a variant spelling of Kelsey. It comes from Old English terms “Cenel” meaning “fierce” and “eg” meaning “island”. Kelsea is a feminine version of the name and was at peak popularity in the 1990s.

Meaning of the name Kelsea:

English: Cenel's island, fierce island

Origin of the name Kelsea:

Kelsea is a baby girl’s name of English origin that means “Cenel’s island, fierce island”. Kelsea is a feminine spelling of the unisex name and surname Kelsey. Kelsea derives from the Old English terms “cenel” which means “fierce” and “eg” which means “island”.

Symbolism of the name Kelsea:

Kelsea means “fierce island” and refers to Islay, an island off of the coast of Scotland near Colonsay.

baby name Kelsea

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Gender of the name Kelsea:

Kelsea is a girl's baby name.

Pronunciation of the name Kelsea:


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Emotion evoked from the name Kelsea:

Kelsea evokes feelings of passion and hard work.

Alternative spellings for the name Kelsea:

Kelsi; Kelsey, Kelsy, Kelsie, Khelsea, Kelcey, Kelci, Kelcie

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Popularity of the name Kelsea:

According to the Social Security Administration, Kelsea is a popular baby girl’s name. Kelsea was in the top 1000 baby names from 1989 to 1998 and it peaked at #521 in 1992.

Related names for the name Kelsea:

Great middle names for the name Kelsea and their meanings:

  • Anne (grace)
  • Frances (from France, free man)
  • Ruth (compassionate friend)
  • Virginia (virginal, pure)
  • Alexis (defender)
  • Lydia (woman from Lydia)
  • Audrey (noble strength)
  • Claire (bright, clear)

Famous people with the name Kelsea:

  • Kelsea Ballerini (American country music singer)
  • Kelsea Healis (American volleyball coach)
  • Kelsea Sweeney (American softball player)
  • Kelsea Yarbrough (American athlete)
  • Kelsea Friend (American softball player)

Kelsea in popular culture:

  • KelseaGlynn (litearture, “The Queen of the Tearling” by Erika Johansen)
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