Sydnie is an alternative spelling of the more popular baby name Sydney. The original version has been a top name for baby girls on and off since 1905, and it became super popular during the 1990s. Sydnie itself also gained some popularity during the 1990s and early 2000s, making the list of the top 1,000 baby names for girls in the United States for about a decade. Pair Sydnie with a classic middle name, like Ava, Abigail, or Grace.
Meaning of the name Sydnie:
English: Wide Island, well-watered land
Origin of the name Sydnie:
Sydnie is an alternative spelling of Sydney which has several potential origins. First, there is the city of Sydney, Australia, which was named for the 1st British Earl Sydney. Sydney was largely a surname up until the 20th century, and it may have been a derivative of Saint-Denis. Saint Denis is the patron saint of France, and Saint-Denis is a surname derived from his name. There's also some thought that Sydney was derived from the Anglo-Saxon word “sīdan,” which means “wide island” or “well-watered land.”
Symbolism of the name Sydnie:
Sydnie could offer plenty of potential symbolism as a baby name. New parents may choose it to honor their Australian heritage or love for the country. It could also be a wait to honor Saint Denis or your French heritage.
Style of the name Sydnie:
Gender of the name Sydnie:
Sydnie is a girl's name.
Pronunciation of the name Sydnie:
Number of syllables in the name Sydnie:
Emotion evoked from the name Sydnie:
The baby name Sydnie evokes images of someone who is empathetic and a great storyteller.
Alternative spellings for the name Sydnie:
Nicknames for the name Sydnie:
Popularity of the name Sydnie:
According to the Social Security Administration, Sydnie was a top 1,000 baby name for girls between 1995 and 2004. It last ranked at number 995 in 2004.
Related names for the name Sydnie:
Great middle names for Sydnie and their meanings:
- Arabella (yielding to prayer)
- Harper (harp player)
- Hunter (one who hunts)
- Grace (God's grace)
- Isabelle (pledged to God)
- Allison (noble)
- Abigail (father's joy)
- Josephone (God increases)
- Ava (bird-like, lively)
Famous people with the name Sydnie:
- Sydnie Wells (outdoorswoman, host)
Sydnies in popular culture: