Gender: Male Meaning of Jeremi: "appointed by God" Origin of Jeremi: Hebrew

Jeremi Origin and Meaning

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Zelliew Says:


I prefer Jeremy

dbmermels15 Says:


I meant in the U.S. sorry.

JessicaRK467 Says:


Not agreeing is fine...this is the comment section of a naming website. Healthy debates are why this page exists

osterdam Says:


I do agree - Remi is a great nickname, which I shall use. Also love french name Remi. Jeremi - I was mistaken: it is very popular in Hungary , not Poland and used to be sort of popular in USA at some point - never even close to Jeremy, which is obvious but still many of them. Nevermind - it's not a popularity contest, these days everyone can name their baby daughter George or John, but I still cannot agree that "I" at the end gives any sort of shade of more femi-sounded perspective.

JessicaRK467 Says:


People who preface their statements with "Not to sound ____, but..." are most certainly doing just that. It's just an opinion. There wouldn't be so many names out there if everyone felt the same about everything. Super girly bubbly names that ended in I were everywhere in my generation. That's why I tend to connect it with that. It's not a degradation on anyone else or their tastes and opinions. Your opinion is just as valid as my opinion. I also think Remi is a great nickname too. Also, re-reading my previous post I can see how I should have been more clear. I never thought that Jeremi or Jeremy were female names. I have never met a female Jeremi or Jeremy. However I do feel the change from a Y to an I gives a more feminine look to the name.

osterdam Says:


don't want to stay defensive, but I always thought that StacY, TiffanY, KellY and obviously BrandY are 100% feminine and all in their most popular forms end with Y. "I" doesn't make names more or less F or M. Haven't heard of any girl named Jeremi or Jeremy. And I'm born in the 80's btw ;)

+ pronunciation of Jeremy, Jeremie and Jeremi is 100% the same.

JessicaRK467 Says:


The i at the end makes it look feminine to me...I think it's because I was born in the 80's around all of the Staci, Tiffani, Kelli, Laci and Brandi's of that time. Stick with Jeremy.

osterdam Says:


it's relative. We chose Jeremi, because "y" at the and and "ah added is strictly english, not international. "i" at the end makes it slightly more like polish perhaps.... well, at least more individual. We considered Jerome or Jeremie, but advantage of Jeremi is that it's pronounced in the very same way as Jeremy here in the UK, which can make his life slightly easier on daily basis.

dbmermels15 Says:


Jeremy or Jeremiah are better alternatives

osterdam Says:


Just lovely! Picked this one for my second son. Nicknames: Remi, or Jay :)