Variation of Amy

Aimee Origin and Meaning

The name Aimee is girl's name .
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.

Aimee Popularity

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Famous People Named Aimee

  • Aimée Leonie Allegonde Marie van VollenhovenSöhngen, Princess of Orange,Nassau as wife of Prince Floris of the Netherlands
  • Aimée du Buc de RivéryFrench heiress, a cousin of Empress Josephine
  • AimeeFfion Edwards, Welsh actress
  • Aimée de HeerenBrazilian socialite
  • Aimee Semple McPherson aka Sister AimeeCanadian,American evangelist
  • Aimee Richelle TeegardenAmerican actress
  • Aimee MannAmerican singer/songwriter
  • Aimée Emily LeighCanadian actress
  • Aimee MayoAmerican songwriter
  • Aimée CastleCanadian actress
  • Aimée BologneLemaire, Belgian feminist
  • Aimee EchoAmerican singer of The Human Waste Project, TheStart, and Normandie
  • Aimee GarciaAmerican actress
  • Aimee Chanactress and Miss Hong Kong 2006
  • Aimee MullinsAmerican athlete, model, and actress
  • Aimee BenderAmerican novelist
  • Aimee CarterAmerican novelist
  • Aimee CarreroAmerican actress
  • Aimee NezhukumatathilAmerican poet
  • Aimee Osbourneeldest daughter of musician Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne
  • Aimee PhanAmerican novelist
  • Aimee RothAmerican producer
  • Aimee SweetAmerican model and actress
  • Aimee KellyBritish actress

Aimee in Pop Culture

  • Aimee Slocum"nasty,minded sadistic woman confounded" in Eudora Welty's "Lily Daw and the Three Ladies" (1941)
  • Aimée Leducmain character in the mystery series by Cara Black
  • Aimee Gillipsiecharacter in "From the Files of Madison Finn"
  • Aimée Griffincharacter in "The Blind Assassin" by Margaret Atwood
  • AimeeFrench for "beloved" (pronounced em,MAY)
  • Dostoevsky's daughter Lyubov (18691926) 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")