Baby Names That End In -Ley

Ashley started it, and today there is a whole raft of stylish baby names that end with -ley -- if not literally those letters, then at least the sound. Most -ley baby names are for girls but some work for boys too. The downside: The -ley ending is so trendy that baby names that carry it can feel more popular than they are.
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  • Lesley

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  • Lilley

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  • Macauley

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  • Marley

    Gender: F LoveDislike

    Reggae master Bob's surname was one of the biggest risers on the popularity charts for girls in 2008, with spellings Marlee and Marely also leaping in favor--though it has since halted its slide... Read More 

  • Mckinley

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    New Presidential name, if you're ready to move beyond Lincoln and Jefferson. At the turn of the last century, during the original McKinley's heyday, as a first name it almost reached the Top 100.Read More 

  • Miley

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    One-time overnight success name, thanks to Hannah Montana actress and singer Miley Cyrus, Miley has now fallen over 700 ranks since 2008. How are the mighty fallen! For Miley Cyrus,... Read More 

  • Oakley

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    As sturdy as Oak, with deeper roots, this name was on the rise for both genders in 2014. For males, it rose sharply in 2014 in the USA, making its way to Number 657.Read More 

  • Paisley

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    For a name related to a Scottish town, a richly patterned Indian fabric, and a country singer named Brad, Paisley has been a remarkable success story. She entered the Top 1000 in 2006, and now... Read More 

  • Presley

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    More universal than Elvis...and more attractive, too. Cindy Crawford used it for her son, though it's on the rise mainly for girls. Read More 

  • Ridley

    Gender: M LoveDislike

    Director Ridley Scott made this one known, but few parents would get beyond the negative first syllable. Read More 

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