Name: Amy

Gender: Female

Usage: Amy, of latin origin, is a very popular first name. It is more often used as a girl (female) name.

People having the name Amy are in general originating from Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, United Kingdom, United States of America.

Variants: For another variant of the name Amy across the world, see Amelia.

Meaning: Loved, Dearly loved

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The Growth number corresponding to this first name is 3.

Qualities: Creative, Light-Hearted
Ruling planet: Jupiter
Colors: Purple, Lilac, Mauve
Gemstones: Amethyst

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The name Amy is ranked on the 59th position of the most used names. It means that this name is very frequently used.

We estimate that there are at least 6629900 persons in the world having this name which is around 0.091% of the population. The name Amy has three characters. It means that it is relatively short-length, compared to the other names in our database.

The graph below represents the number of people who were given the name Amy for each year since 1900 in the U.S.A.:

The name day of Amy is 20 February.

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Amy is a female given name, sometimes short for Amelia , Amita or Amanda. In French, the name is spelled "Aimée", which means "beloved".

English: Anglicized form of Old French Amee ‘beloved’. This originated in part as a vernacular nickname, in pan as a form of Latin Amāta. The latter is ostensibly the feminine form of the past participle of amāre to love, but in fact it may have had a different, pre-Roman, origin; it was borne in classical mythology by the wife of King Latinus, whose daughter Lavinia married Aeneas and (according to the story in the Aeneid) became the mother of the Roman people.

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