US Popularity:939
Other Origin(s):French, Greek, Celtic
Meaning:Noble; Defender of mankind; Harmony
Like to keep everyone guessing? Is Allie short for Allison, Alexandra, Alana, Alice, or something else entirely? Surprise—Allie has become so popular that it’s actually a name in itself. This feminine name may have been derived from the French Allison or Alice, which means “noble” and has been a first name in some parts of the world since medieval times. Allie can also come from the Greek Alexandra, meaning "defender of mankind," and the Celtic Alun, meaning "harmony," giving your little one plenty of inspiration. In the US, Allie took off in the early 20th century but faded from the spotlight before reemerging in the mid-1980s. It was still popular in 1996 when country singer Garth Brooks gave the name to his daughter

Allie Name Popularity Data

The Bump Ranking

Overall:Allie is currently #1433 on The Bump
Boy:Allie is currently #1032 on The Bump Boy Names
Girl:Allie is currently #780 on The Bump Girl Names

U.S. Births

Overall:Allie is currently #939 in U.S. births
Boy:Allie is currently #25984 in U.S. births
Girl:Allie is currently #933 in U.S. births

Yearly Ranking Change:

in 2022
- 112
from 2021
In comparison to the previous year's data
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