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Popularity Over Time: How Many Girls Have Been Named Exie
This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Exie in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the girl's name Exie:
Records indicate that 1,207 girls in the United States have been named Exie since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 1921, when 71 people in the U.S. were given the name Exie. Those people are now 100 years old.
So ... how do we know this stuff? Baby Names Hub identifies trends by analyzing vast amounts of data made available by the U.S. government and other public sources. This data, including social security statistics, provides detailed information on baby name popularity and trends in the United States.
Comments about the name Exie
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9 Positive Comments
"I bought a German Shep. almost 2 years ago, and I decided on this name. I absolutely love it! It's so unique! A lot of people will ask me her name then ask me to repeat myself because it's so uncommon, but I like that. I love to be different. I really think it fits her too! She is so strong willed and intelligent.
10/10 recommend this name to anyone. It's short and sweet but beautifully unique!" Feb. 23, 2019:
"This is my mother's name pronounced/spelled Exie, Exa or Xia. The name originates from the Bible and is Hebrew/Asian. The Biblical spelling is Achsah pronounced(Ax-sa). Can be found in 1 Chr. 2:49. I think the name is beautiful and hoping that will be the name of my next great-grand-daughter." Oct. 26, 2014:
"It is my grandmas, aunts and soon to be grand daughters name" Jan. 26, 2014:
"My great-great grandmother's name. She was born about 1870." Aug. 4, 2012:
"This was my grandmother's names and will more than likely be my future daughter's name. No mispronouning, no mispelling, not many others with the same name." May. 9, 2011:
"This is my grandmother's name as well as my aunt and cousin. It's a unique and beautiful name." Apr. 2, 2010:
"thats my name .. and i love it 2 ... people love it 2" Nov. 30, 2008:
"This is my name, too. I was named for my maternal grandmother who was born in 1902. (Texas) (I was born in 1956.) I have always wondered its derivation. Maybe a shortened version of "Alexis" or "Alexandra." ??? Still don't know, but I am so curious about it. My younger cousin is also named Exie. (age early twenties.)" Aug. 31, 2007:
"It's my name. I am a grandmother of 90 and am raising many, many grandchildren - all who absolutely love my name. Growing up I got many compliments on it. I adore my name, and you should too if you're still around and carry the name Exie!" Jun. 27, 2007:
7 Neutral Comments
"My mothers name was Exie Mae. She was born in 1927. She was named after a friend of her mother of whom my mother never met." Aug. 9, 2021:
"My son is named after his great grandfather that happeneds to be named Exie....meaning "defending men"
but this name seems to have been for females???" Sep. 30, 2016:
"My Mother (age 87) and her Aunt were both named Exie Lee. We have no references to the name in fairly extensive genealogy. Over the decades, we have met several African American women named Exie. Only once have I met another Caucasian woman with the name." Jan. 5, 2012:
"this is my grandmothers name. it is also my ten year old neices name. It is the only name I have not been able to learn the meaning of. Surely, someone must know." Jul. 24, 2011:
"According to family records my great-grandmother (born about 1832) on my father's side was named Exie. However, doing genealogy research I have found the name spelled Exor and Exar. This could be the census taker's error but the name was very rare during this period. I do not know where the given name originated or its meaning. My great-grandmother also was called Elizabeth and Betty but Exie could have been her first name or middle name." Dec. 7, 2010:
"This was my grandmother's name too. Have not been able to find out its meaning or origin - just that it was more common in the late 1800's and early 1900's." Dec. 19, 2006:
"This was my grandmother's name & was pronounced "XC". Never met anyone else with the name Exie. I wonder where the name came from." Aug. 14, 2006:
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