Boy Names Ending with -emy

-emy names for baby boys, with 20 entries. -emy names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. The names rose in popularity from the 1940s up to the 1970s. At the height of their usage in 1977, 1.265% of baby boys were given -emy names. There was 1 -emy name ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. -emy names have since experienced a decline in popularity. In 2018, 2 -emy names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of only 0.139%. Within all -emy names, the English Jeremy was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #204 and a usage of 0.1014%.
alchemy ... derived from English origins ... rarely used as a baby name for boys ...
alchemy ... has its origins in the English language ... variant form of Alchemy ... not in the top 1000 names ...
son of Talmai, son of the one who ... mainly used in the French language and its ...
son of Talmai, son of the one who ... a French and Scandinavian name of ... not popular as a baby name for ...
son of Talmai, son of the one who ... used predominantly in the French ... variation of Bartholomew ...
exalted by Yahweh, appointed by ... origin is Hebrew ... variation of Jeremy ...
exalted by Yahweh, appointed by ...The origin of Jaremy is the Hebrew language ...
exalted by Yahweh, appointed by ... of Hebrew origin and it is used largely ... variant form of Jeremiah ...
exalted by Yahweh, appointed by ... its origins in the Hebrew language and it is ... variant of Jeremiah ...
exalted by Yahweh, appointed by ... language of origin is Hebrew ... variant form of Jeremy ...
exalted by Yahweh, appointed by ... of Hebrew origin ... variation of Jeremy ...
The origin of Laremy is the English language ... variant of Laramie ... an infrequently used baby name for ...
an honest child ... derived from Japanese origins ... variant of Maemi ... rarely used as a baby name for boys ...
successful ...The origin of Olafemy is the African language ... variant form of Olafemi ...
God loves me ... has its origins in the African-Yoruban ... variant of Olufemi ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
God has given me satisfaction ... origin is African-Yoruban ... variant form of Oluyemi ...
loved by God ...The origin of Olviemy is the African language ... form of Olviemi ...
warlike ... has its origins in the Old Greek ... variant form of Ptolemaios ...
cure, remedy, oarsman ... used predominantly in the English and ... a rarely used baby name for boys ...
cure, remedy, oarsman, from the ... used chiefly in the English language, and ... contraction of Remington ...

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