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Gender: Female Origin of Aimee: Variation of Amy

The name Aimee is a girl's name . Aimee and is often added to lists like Names That Mean Love and discussed in our forums with posts like "Themed Families..".

From the experts:

Amy was a 1970s favorite, and French spelling Aimee peaked in the same decade.

Aimee Teegarden is an American actress, known for her role as Julie Taylor on the TV drama Friday Night Lights. Aimee Mann is an American musician and singer-songwriter.

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Famous People Named Aimee

Aimée Leonie Allegonde Marie van Vollenhoven-Söhngen, Princess of Orange-Nassau as wife of Prince Floris of the Netherlands
Aimée du Buc de Rivéry, French heiress, a cousin of Empress Josephine
Aimee-Ffion Edwards, Welsh actress
Aimée de Heeren, Brazilian socialite
Aimee Semple McPherson aka Sister Aimee, Canadian-American evangelist
Aimee Richelle Teegarden, American actress
Aimee Mann, American singer/songwriter
Aimée Emily Leigh, Canadian actress
Aimee Mayo, American songwriter
Aimée Castle, Canadian actress
Aimée Bologne-Lemaire, Belgian feminist
Aimee Echo, American singer of The Human Waste Project, TheStart, and Normandie
Aimee Garcia, American actress
Aimee Chan, actress and Miss Hong Kong 2006
Aimee Mullins, American athlete, model, and actress
Aimee Bender, American novelist
Aimee Carter, American novelist
Aimee Carrero, American actress
Aimee Nezhukumatathil, American poet
Aimee Osbourne, eldest daughter of musician Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne
Aimee Phan, American novelist
Aimee Roth, American producer
Aimee Sweet, American model and actress
Aimee Kelly, British actress

Pop Culture References for the name Aimee

Aimee Slocum, "nasty-minded sadistic woman confounded" in Eudora Welty's "Lily Daw and the Three Ladies" (1941)
Aimée Leduc, main character in the mystery series by Cara Black
Aimee Gillipsie, character in "From the Files of Madison Finn"
Aimée Griffin, character in "The Blind Assassin" by Margaret Atwood
Aimee, French for "beloved" (pronounced em-MAY)
Dostoevsky's daughter Lyubov (1869-1926) was also known by the name Aimée Dostoyevskaya when she lived abroad (Aimée being a translation of Lyubov, which is derived from the Slavic element lyuby = "love")


afluffmuffin Says:


apparently this gets a lot of love. :) i dont mean to upset either of you but it just seems too harsh to me

jadnf Says:


My favorite spelling of Amy, gorgeous and romantic but also relatively well-known and short! It strikes me as such a "happy" name :) And it has a great meaning.

aimeekeren14 Says:


My name and I love it! I love the way it is spelled, it looks a lot nicer to me than Amy. It also makes the name more unique. I also love that its a short but well established name