[ 2 syll. con-nie, co-nn-ie ] The baby girl name Connie is also used as a boy name, though the use for girls is far more popular. It is pronounced KAAN-iy- †. Connie's language of origin is Spanish and Latin. It is predominantly used in Italian, English, and German. From the short form of other given names, but now used as an independent name in its own right.
Connie is also a diminutive of the Dutch, English, German, Italian, and Romanian Cornelia in the German language.
Connie is an uncommon baby girl name. At the modest height of its usage in 1955, 0.498% of baby girls were named Connie. It had a ranking of #35 then. The baby name has seen a steep decline in popularity since then, and is used only on an infrequent scale today. Within all girl names in its family, Connie was nevertheless the most popular in 2018. In the last century Connie has mainly been a baby girl name. There were 133 times more baby girls than boys who were named Connie in 1963.
† Pronunciation for Connie: K as in "key (K.IY)" ; AA as in "odd (AA.D)" ; N as in "knee (N.IY)" ; IY as in "eat (IY.T)"
A famous person named Connie is Author Connie Willis, born 31 December 1945, Denver, Colorado.