Comments for the name Aubree


Comments for AUBREE:

I think the name Aubree has a very nice sound. It's a great name for a little girl and a grown woman.
-- aja3  7/31/2007
I do not think that the female name Aubree (Aubrée in French) has something to do with the male name Alberic, that is Aubry in French (like Henric > Henry, Amalric > Amaury, Theodoric > Thierry), because it is a FEMALE name. In all the recorded documents, the French name Aubrée is translated into Latin as Albereda, female Germanic name.

Aubrey shares the same etymology.
-- Nortmannus  11/1/2010
In the Middle Ages, this name - spelt Aubrée or Aubray - was sometimes given to females as the vernacular form of Albreda.
-- SugarPlumFairy  8/30/2012
Woahhhh trendy much?! Look at the jump this made in 2011! That's disgusting. And now its at #60 for 2012. Faan-tastic. Look, people, no matter how you spell it, Aubrey is a masculine name. You can't mangle up and trendify spellings to make them feminine. 'Aubree' is hopelessly dated, childish, and heck, the spelling is an eyesore. Come on, if you really like Aubrey so much, just use Audrey! At least that name has history, meaning and elegance!
-- Anonymous User  6/20/2013
Trashy, babyish spelling of yet another MALE name that's been co-opted for girls. The whiny spelling makes me want to pronounce it Au-BREEEEEEEEEE. I wonder if it got a boost in popularity because the hideous Chelsea of MTV's Teen Mom 2 used it on her daughter.
-- Anyechka  2/17/2014
I think Aubree is a very pretty name. But very popular so I would personally never use it.
-- Anonymous User  8/15/2014

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