The popularity of the name Amy
The name “ Amy “ is not popular in Arkansas based on the data given by the 1935 researchers. For instance, only 12 babies were named “ Amy “ in the year 1935. A total of only 325 babies also near the same first name during the year 1935. The highest recorded use of this name was in the year 1975 with a total of 32251 babies from the year 1880 to the year 2018.
The name “ Amy “ was recorded 693599 times in the SSA public database from the year 1880 to 2018. In the year 1880, the name first appeared and 167 babies were given this name. This name became a popular name in the year 1958 with a rank of 97 nationwide and was registered 4820 times as a baby girl’s name.
The given name became a popular girl’s name in the state of Vermont in the year 1970. This name ranked 2 with 85 babies. The all-time high record for this name was in the year 1975 in the state of California with 2227 baby girls. For the past 40 years, this name was recorded 107264 times in the SSA database.
The personality of the name Amy
A is for admirable, you certainly are
M is for mystery, the part of you that can not be explained
Y is for youthful, your eternal look
The name “ Amy “ has a secret behind it. Actually “ Name “ can be personality and heart’s desire. The name “ Amy “ is a name that indicates a gift of gab – the ability to persuade others effortlessly. If you are named “ Amy “, you are expressive and inspiring. Charming and cheerful, you are the life of the party for any social event.
You dislike taking orders and want to be in charge – the boss figure. Your creativity allows you to find new solutions to old problems. You can generate ideas on the fly and want recognition for your efforts. Also, it is notable that you tend to avoid those who are needy and idle in their work.
People named Amy possess a great gift of creativity and imagination. They are very dreamy and sweet, and it is not difficult for them to express what they feel or what they think, which makes them very good communicators and expressive. For all these reasons, it is not surprising that the Amys end up dedicating themselves professionally to anything that requires extroversion and communication.
On the other hand, the Amys also love to have fun and have a great time, so they will always try to make friends laugh and sign up for various activities. Also, people named Amy are very flirtatious, so they always try to look fabulous, which attracts the gaze and adoration of other
Diminutives and variations of the name Amy
Being such a short name, Amy doesn't usually have many diminutives. However, we could highlight the diminutive Am.
The name Amy in other languages
Amy en espanol: Amanda
Amy in Russian: Эми (Amiee)
Amy in French: Amiee
Amy in English: Amy.
Amy's Saint Day
Amy's Saint Day is February 6, Saint Amando's Day.
Numerology of the name Amy
According to numerology, the number associated with Amy's name is 3.
famous people named Amy
Amy Acker is an American actress
Amy Vera Ackman who is an Australian hospital administrator
Amy Adams is an American actress
Amy Alcott who is an American Hall of Fame golfer
Similar names to the name Amy
Aadolf, Aaliyah, Aapeli, Aapo and Aart
The name Amy rocks! It's a cute name and its nice and short. Although It's common, I don't meet a lot of people with the'same name as me.
My friend Amy can be very sketchy yet she is really smart so when she is wrong and i am right i like to rub it in. She is also very innocent and she does not get in trouble but overall Amy is a very good name for a very perfect person.
i love my name, although i didnt when i was younger, im 30 now, but when i was younger my sisters rebecca and samantha could always find things with their names on on holidays and places we visited,they never done anything Amy... now i have the same problem with my 6 year old Louise.. but i love my name now...
my sister is Amy... I think its a ok name.. I think it's too short plus I think all little girls should have a longer name so she can have a nick-name. However... my sister has the same middle name as me so I call her Amy May... i think it sounds better than "Amy"
I'm 15 and like i have 3 friends with the'same name! garr...It's too common for me...thats why i want to name my kids like october or sophi something different!
I like my name, Amy! At 32, it is cute and youthful! Although, I can't stand the variations of spelling that people are using nowadays - I actually have had people ask me how I spell my name - it drives me crazy!
My name is Amy, and I'm okay with it. On one hand, everyone's familiar with it, It's classic, It's easy to pronounce, you don't really get made fun of, and there aren't really any major negative connotations associated with it. However, sometimes I get a little annoyed with how common it is, especially among people my age. (I was born in 1993). In most social settings, work settings, etc. there are multiple Amys, so everyone always has to clarify "Amy Lee" or "Amy Jackson" or whatever. Also, if I hear someone yell "Amy!" when I'm out in public, I barely turn around anymore, because there are usually so many Amys around (Jamies, as well, and it can be hard to tell which name the person is saying).
my name is Amy and i was born it '95. i love my name and i wouldn't change it. i have only one other person in my year at school (1200 girls) and she'spells it 'aimee' i feel very individual with my name, although it is popular worldwide. Also my surname is very rare. And i love amy winehouse and amy adams
I really like being an 'Amy'. It's short, sweet and pretty and although It's quite common, I haven't met many people with the'same name.
I love my name, growing up it was common, but now im pretty happy with it. its classic
My name is the best.Its so common thats what makes it so good. I love my name because it means im loved( not that i always am) but its a great name but i do wish it could be that bit longa
I'm an Amy, and while I hated it when I was younger (far too many other Amys in school with me) now that I'm an adult I run into fewer othe's and I feel It'suits me.
Amy is unique, A Pretty, sexy, sassy, and powerful name.
I love my name. When I was younger I didn't like it much because there was another girl in my class with the'same name. She and I are the only people that I know with this name. I couldn't imagine having any other name.
My name's Amy, but luckily it Isn't such a common name in my country, I don't know anyone personally with the'same name. Also, It's got a meaning
Here are a couple of thnigs I have done that'seem to help Have a home for certain items. I'd have my kids put all their sports items in a certain color plastic bin. Ditto, cub scouts thnigs. Also, they know that certain thnigs have to be packed and ready to go right by the door, so they can grab their thnigs as we rush out the door (we are always rushing). Lastly, compartmentalize thnigs. Choose what you want your kid to do and have them only do one or two actvities at a time. For example, my daughter may want to play basketball and do track, but she doesn't do them simultaneously in the'same chunk of time. She'll play basketball for 3 months, then she'll do track. The'same thing with my son. He takes Karate, has scouts and CCD. He can't do anything more than that, plus his homework, so he just doesn't do the activities after'school. After CCD is over for the year, he may be able to do something else.
I love The name Amy. It happens to be my first name and their happens to be a teacher with my name and I am a freshmen and everyone likes it as well.
My daughters name is Amy. I think it is soooo pretty. I think It'suits her well, too. She is very calm and quiet and sweet natured. I love this name and I'm glad I picked for Amy Grace!!!
Ithink I love my name so much because it is so short and it makes up for my 12 letter last name.
My name is Aymee - pronounced the'same way, just spelled differently, and I wouldn't trade my name for the world. I am who I am.
Well I dont think my name Amy even suits me. Well its actually Amy-Lea but yeah. I spell it Amie now, I really disagree on having this name. Like Amy 1970 said, its really lame. I know what she means about having TOO many Amy's in the world. I had 6 in my class, there were just too many!!!
AmyAmyAmy :) or Aims for some people, bit of a boring name, but i like itt :)
Used to be JI'my, now It's always Jim with a capital "J". Great Name.
I love my name! I don't meet many other people with the'same name as me, It's easy to spell, pronounce, and sign forms. The only trouble is that people give me nicknames that are longer than the name itself. Oh, and finding personalized coffee mugs and whatnot is VERY easy.
My mom gave all 3 of my sisters long names so that when we are younger we can have nick-names and when we get older we can use our original names. Mine, is Amelia, my friends call me Amy. My younger sister, Galidiral ((off of Lord of the Rings)) we call her Ali, or Alison. Along with Emily, we call her Emma. Then there is Sarah, the oldest, we call her Sar. Anyways, hope i gave you a good idea about names... ~~amy~~
My sisters name is Amy. When she was in school she had lots of others with the same name. Most people called her Monkeyy for short. She definatly suits the definition but shes a bit of a rebel herself. She gets into trouble constantly haha. Her middle name is Jade. I think this is a good combination :D
It's an absolutely amazing name! Only I want to spell it as Ami
My 5yr old daughter's name is Amy. I found out yesterday from a strange woman that Amy is the name of a male fallen angel cast out of heaven and now of some second sphere. The information was disturbing to say the least
My Name Is Amy And I Love It Because Is My Name And No Other Amy Is Like Me.
My name is Amy. Amy Darleen'that is and I love my name. Most people don't know that Amy means beloved. When my parents had me they brought together two familys. My mom had three kids at the time and my dad had five kids. Altogether that makes nine kids including me. I am the littlest and sencie my name means beloved one every one thought it was perfact.
My husband insisted on the name Amy for our daughter, I wanted Amelia. She got my traditional middle name of May. I often have her called Amy May because Amy, Aimee seem quite common again. Now we just laugh that'she could marry a Mr Yam to have every combination of the 3 letters.
This is my name, and I was told that it means "beautiful smile," and every person I tell that to I'mediately tells me that It's a lovely name. I agree with everyone above; those who have this name know how difficult it can be to get non-indian people to pronounce your name correctly AND remember to keep saying it right. It's NAY-HA, not NEE-HA, NAY-A, or NY-HA. It's not that difficult to say, just imagine the "E" as an "A" instead. Other than that, I like my name!!
AMY Louise :) born december 2003 and i know loads of people called Amy my best friend is also called Amy Louise !!
I was born in 1983 and it must have been'the peak year for the name Amy. I think there were 10 Amy's in the 6th grade. I always had to go by Amy H. Fun thing is my best friend that I have known since elementary school is named Amy. We were always known as Amy 1 and Amy 2. It was fun to have such a easy name to spell and I like except when'trying to do a credit report. With a common first name and a popular last name (Anderson now)it can be confusing when you go to the doctors or other places that need ot know your name.
It's sooo common- don't you want a name that's more unique? gosh.. It's so over used...
The name Amy truely rules. It's a very pretty and girly name, but also quite sophisticated. I love my name. ;)
They best I can describe my name is - sexy. It has a Y and an s. It's very unique. It's a classy name for classy ladies. I feel honored to have that name. I am my own person, unique, as this name is not commonly found. It's very feminine. To have this name comes with some responsibility. It's not for everyone.
I don't know any Amy who has ever'said they did not like their name, which is proof positive that It's a good, satisfying name. The name'seems to produces confident, self assured adults and to some extent keeps you feeling young since It's just a joyful, happy name!
Amy is such a beautiful name. It means beloved. Such a classic. Some celebrities with the name. Amy Adams, Amy Smart, Amy Lee, Amy Jo Johnson. I also knew a woman named Amy, she was very sweet.
i am called amy amd the ONLY problem is i don't get a nickname as it is too short. But Amy is really PERFECT P.S i know loads of peaple called Amy so It's unfair!!
My name is Amy ❤️ I love my name but can never find anyone else with the'same name ?
My name is Amy and I like the name. It is somewhat common though.
i have a "friend" called amy and she's sooooo boring and smelly. she alsways goes around w horse shut all over her and she walks like a turtle
My sister is named Amy-Leigh, she gets called Aims, which gives the Amy part of the name an extra letter'so it is hardly a shortened version :) The only problem is that my name is Emily, and the two names are very similar, I get called Emi, so Emi and Amy tend to get mixed up alot.
I love the name Amy...i've hardly ever met anyone around here where we live that has the'same name. It's short and easy to say.
Although my name is Amy, people usually think that I am saying that my name is Mamie. Some people think that my name is short for Amelia, which it is not. I also get asked how to spell my name, which always puzzles me because Amy is such an easy name to spell. I guess people are unsure which Amy-the French Amy or the American Amy. My mother wanted to name me Tabitha or Bridget, but since Amy was much more popular in 1988 the RN in the delivery ward convinced my mother to name me Amy. I'much prefer my middle name (Suzannah), which is less cheerleader-ish and serious sounding.
I was born in 1991. Amy (middle name Aileen.) I can't say that I have hated my first name, but when I was younger, I sometimes wondered what it would be like to have a more unique name too.
I love it! Short and sweet but do u know how hard it is to say I'm amy? I don't have anyone else in my school and dont meet many othe's with the'same name
My name is Amy and I was born in '73. It was my dad's favorite name. There were 3 Amy's in my high school French class (class size was ~22)! Love my name and would never change it.
My name is Amy and my middle name Elizabeth I love it. I only know 2 other people with the'sam name!:)
im naming my lil girl Amy cause my sister died & her name was Amy so i could pass it on 2 my lil girl
I love my name! I agree, there were WAY too many Amy's in the 70's. fortunately there were only a few others in my grade
I love my name it is simple but a classic. wouldn't change it for the world!
MY NAME IS AMY AND I DONT LIKE IT!! yeah its alright n all but i dont kno wat people can call me for a nickname..cept amo n amez..its quite annoying but by the end of the day its my name n yeh i spose i'll havta live with it :-)
I was born in 1949 and all the way through college knew only one other Amy. These days most of the Amys I know are at least 25 years younger. I have always felt like a kid at heart so, I LOVE my name. Always have, always will. I am so happy my parents named me Amy.
My name is Amy, I was born in 1988 and i've always loved my name. There were a lot of us in the 70s but It's not that common anymore.
I like the name Amy. My girlfriend is named Amy and she's quite attractive with an astounding libido to boot. Two thumbs up for Amys
This is my name and I love it It's pronounced rain- a
I have always liked my name. i've never wanted to change it because It's so classic and yet fun.
My name is Amy and I love my name. I was born in 2003 and nowadays there aren't very many Amy's (that I know of )and thats good with me
This is a very uncommon name. I come from a spanish speaking family and had no problems with the pronunciation of my name until I decided to go to college in the US. In spanish "U" sounds like "oo" in moon. "ri" as in "reel" and "el" as letter "l". So it would be something like oo-ree-"l" as you might know the'sound of "r" in spanish is much stronger than in english. Americans pronounce my name like You're-"l"; It is kind of difficult for people to pronounce my name but I really like It'since it is very different and unusual.
We named our little girl Ava seven months ago.. Going into delivery, we still hadn't chosen a name-- Ava wasn't even on our radar, but as soon as I saw her, I said "she needs a name as beautiful and feminine as she is...I'm thinking Ava". My husband I'mediately agreed and loved it. We named her Ava Jude... I doubt I'll ever meet another "Ava Jude".