Keeley
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A nice name, but I think I´d spell it Keely. Not quite sure though, as I like both spellings.
-- Destry  3/4/2006
I just love this name, it is very pretty and not over used which is nice. I think I prefer the spelling Keely though. I have seen it spelt Keelie, Keelea and Keelee as well.
-- Anonymous User  5/8/2006
Also occasionally spelled Kiely.
-- Anonymous User  6/27/2006
Love this name. I would spell it Keeli though.
-- dani_08  7/25/2006
English actress Keeley Hawes bears this name.
-- Kate  5/13/2007
This is my name. When I was younger I didn't like it because I always got called Kelly, Carrie or Julie. But now I like it. It is very unusual for my age group even though I hear it is getting more popular for the under age five set. I was the only Keeley from my hometown and only one of five at my college of 13,000. Now I get called Kayley, Kiley, and Kelsey a lot. I don't mind though, I like my name and feel that it fits me. When I see others call it surnamey or masculine or trendy, it strikes me as odd because I was born in the time of Jessica, Jennifer, Brittany, Whitney, Ashley, and Lindsey being trendy, and I have never heard of a boy being called Keeley in the United States. It may be a surname, but I think in the U.S. it is just as common as a feminine first name.
-- KDen20  9/22/2007
A bland and infantile name.
-- slight night shiver  4/25/2008
Kiely Williams is an actress. She's also a Cheetah Girl.
-- Anonymous User  8/12/2008
Very similar to other names, like Kelly or Kylie, but seems the most fun to say. And it's certainly not too common.
-- Hushpuppy  3/6/2014
I love this name and have for years. I'm currently pregnant with a baby girl and this will be her name. We've just changed the spelling to Keilei.
-- cherry820  4/5/2014
I'm a Keeley and I love my name, it's so unique, definitely a name I would recommend to anyone :-)
-- Unique  6/26/2014
Main complaint about my name (Keeley) would be that almost every new person I meet either pronounces it wrong, or spells it wrong. I get Kelli, kylie, Kaylee, and some other variations mostly due to accents. But now that I'm older and can appreciate that it is unique and actually fits me, I wouldn't change a thing.
-- Anonymous User  7/5/2014
Too stupid and small sounding. It sounds like it's squeezed out of something.
-- Anonymous User  7/6/2014
I've had this name for 30 years and I love it. I was always the only Keeley wherever I went and I must admit its quite nice to not have people asking "which Keeley". I am constantly getting compliments about how pretty the name is from patients at work other parents at school etc.
I would recommend this name to anyone naming their baby girl. It's a name that will grow with your Daughter and she can own it.
-- Keeley_Maree  7/9/2014
The only Keeley I knew was a male. Keeley is a boys name to me.
-- Anonymous User  12/16/2014
The name Keeley was given to 103 girls born in the US in 2015.
-- HerculePoirot  6/16/2016
Honestly I LOVE the name Keeley people spell it all sorts of ways but I like the spelling of my name, K-E-E-L-E-Y. Some people think it is silly and childish and it isn't sensible, it is just a good, unusual name. Just because you don't know how to react to a beautiful name you don't need to make fun of someone. The meaning of the name is passionate and apparently we have beautiful blue eyes and we never give up. We are intelligent, brave, and a strong warrior. We have long golden hair we are a good friend we are very trustworthy always cheerful and never moody. Not many people are called Keeley, that is why it is special. So to the haters of the name Keeley no need to be jealous and say we aren't going to do well or we are ridiculous or any negativity about this beautiful, wonderful name and I don't care what you think or what you say, all I know is it's a beautiful name. By the way it really suits a baby girl with golden blond hair and beautiful blue eyes.
-- teddaisycherrie  1/3/2017

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