Quick Facts on Aubrie
- American, English
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Elf-like; Supernatural power
Characteristics of Aubrie
- Highly Intuitive
- Spiritual Teacher
- Extremely Bright
Etymology & Historical Origin - Aubrie
Aubrie is a modern Americanized spelling variant of Aubrey, which came to England by way of the Norman French. The name is ultimately derived from the German name “Alberic” from the Germanic elements “alb” (‘elf, supernatural being’) and “rīc” (‘power’). Not coincidentally, Alberic was the name of the fair-haired, king of the elves in German mythology. After the Norman Conquest of England, the name Aubrey was common in the latter part of the Middle Ages but eventually diminished in usage. It has traditionally been used as a boys’ name in the English-speaking world until the 1970’s when Americans started using it for girls. Once it became cemented as a female name, Aubrey took on some new spelling formations such as Aubrie and Aubree.
Popularity of the Name Aubrie
Today, the traditional spelling of Aubrey is a name on the Top 50 list of most commonly used girl names (over 70% of the parents today are using the Audrey spelling). Aubree is the second most popular spelling of this name followed by Aubrie (a spelling given to less than 10% of the baby Aubreys being born today). Although Aubrey is the conventional spelling, Aubree and Aubrie are certainly phonetically correct renditions of this fairly common name. Like Audrey, Aubrie is a pretty, girlish name. If anything, the “-ie” suffix serves to give this name a more informal or casual edge. Aubrie first entered the American female naming charts in the 21st century while Aubrey has been around since the 1970s, and even before that on the male charts (Aubrey has a history of being unisex). The old Germanic roots of this name make it a pretty interesting choice. It’s also interesting that Aubrie is a master number eleven in numerology – a very spiritual number for you little elf-like baby and her supernatural powers.
Popularity of the Girl Name Aubrie
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Cultural References to the Baby Name - Aubrie
Literary Characters of the Baby Name Aubrie
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Popular Songs on Aubrie
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Children's Books on the Baby Name Aubrie
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Famous People Named Aubrie
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Children of Famous People Named Aubrie
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Aubrie - Lee Ann Womack (country musician)
Aubrie - Girl Baby Name - Historic Figures
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Personality of the Girl Name Aubrie
The number 11 is a Master Number, and embodies heightened traits of the Two. This personality is on a life journey to find spiritual truth. They are extremely idealistic and intuitive. Elevens have a rare and exceptional spiritual energy that brings a sense of obligation to illuminate the world around them. It's a very powerful responsibility, but these people have far more potential than they know. It's important that they surrender to higher ideals. They have the capacity to see the bigger picture, and they possess the skills to inspire others spiritually. Elevens have strong diplomatic skills and can become great peacemakers. Master numbers can be both a blessing and a curse, as they walk the fine line between greatness and the potential for self-destruction.
Variations of the Baby Name - Aubrie