Everly: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Everly
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Variation of Everley. A surname. Alternate spellings: Everleigh. Also known as a name for boys.
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We thought we were being original with naming our daughter this, but apparently it was a considered a boy's name a long time ago and there's a current celebrity's child named this, but with the spelling Everleigh. Without knowing that, we'd considered the 'Everleigh' spelling, but thought it was too long/fussy for us, so we kept it at Everly. There are some older folks who think we are saying "Beverly" when we tell them the name, and we have to tell them, yes, but without the "b". Some folks are also reminded of the Everly Brothers duo. If those things would get on your nerves, it's something to consider before naming your child this. I like it because I think it sounds both unique and classic.
My great grandmothers name was Evelyn and I wanted to do a spin on that. My older sister is called Lovey by all, so I named my daughter Everly Love! I thought it was pretty special! And at least it was for a reason:)
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Evie, Ever, Ev
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The meaning of the name Everly is "From The Boar Meadow" (also "Grazing meadow"). The origin of the name Everly is Old English.
English surname place name, from Saxon roots meaning "boar + field"
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The Everly Brothers, a 1950's/1960's singing duo
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan-Tatum named their daughter Everly
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Everly is a character (a friend of the Sookie's grandmother) in the Charlaine Harris Sookie Stackhouse series.
Everly is also the name of a current 2008/2010 female musical folk duo.