JAMIE
GENDER: Masculine & Feminine
PRONOUNCED: JAY-mee   [key]
Meaning & History
Originally a Lowland Scots diminutive of JAMES. Since the late 19th century it has also been used as a feminine form.
Related Names
VARIANTS: Jaime, Jaimie, Jami, Jayma, Jayme (English)
OTHER LANGUAGES: Yakub, Yaqub (Arabic), Hagop, Hakob (Armenian), Jakes (Basque), Jacob, James (Biblical), Iakobos (Biblical Greek), Yaakov (Biblical Hebrew), Iacobus (Biblical Latin), Yakov (Bulgarian), Jaume, Jaumet (Catalan), Jago (Cornish), Jakov, Jakob (Croatian), Jakub (Czech), Jacob, Jakob (Danish), Jacob, Jacobus, Jakob, Jacomina (Dutch), Jaagup, Jakob, Jaakob (Estonian), Jaakoppi (Finnish), Jacques (French), Iago (Galician), Iakob, Koba (Georgian), Jakob (German), Iakopa, Kimo (Hawaiian), Yaakov, Yakov, Akiba, Akiva (Hebrew), Jakab, Jákob (Hungarian), Séamus, Shamus, Sheamus, Séamas (Irish), Giacobbe, Giacomo, Jacopo, Iacopo (Italian), Iacomus, Jacobus (Late Roman), Jokūbas (Lithuanian), Jakov (Macedonian), Hemi (Maori), Jacob, Jakob (Norwegian), Jakub (Polish), Jaime, Iago, Jacó (Portuguese), Yakov (Russian), Jakov (Serbian), Jakub (Slovak), Jakob (Slovene), Jacobo, Jaime, Yago (Spanish), Jacob, Jakob (Swedish), Yakup (Turkish), Yakiv (Ukrainian), Iago (Welsh)
Popularity
United States  ranked #767 for boys
 ranked #490 for girls
 
England/Wales  ranked #64 for boys 
Canada (BC)  - 
Australia (NSW)  - 
Ireland  ranked #16 for boys 
Netherlands  ranked #168 for boys 
New Zealand  - 
Northern Ireland  ranked #26 for boys 
Scotland  ranked #30 for boys