Other Origin(s):Greek, Hebrew, Sanskrit
Meaning:Blue-crested bird; Victory; Healer; One who supplants
Jey is a gender-neutral name rich in origins. A variation of Jay, Jey has roots in Latin and English, where it’s the name of a blue-crested bird. Jey is also a beloved appellation throughout India, where in Sanskrit, it means “victory” and is typically given to boys. Jey exudes cool-kid vibes as a short form of names like the Greek Jason or Hebrew Jacob, where it borrows the meanings “healer” and “one who supplants,” respectively. A flexible title that offers abundant possibilities, baby will undoubtedly appreciate Jey’s aloof demeanor and timeless appeal.
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