I do think this name is a good variant to Aimee or the extremely overused Amy. Although, I recently met a very annoying girl with the name who sorta ruined it for me. If you like this name, go with it, I am personally not a fan of names like Amee, Emma or Ella because they are so bland and don’t stand out. After all that is just my opinion.
― Anonymous User  7/2/2019
Amy is not extremely overused, go and get your facts right, in 2019, King was a more popular name than Amy, and if you call Amy overused, you should compare it to the name Mia.
― Anonymous User  12/28/2020
This name may be out of use in France these days, but it is currently in use in the Netherlands, where it has been a rare name so far: in 2014, there were only 48 living bearers (of all ages) in the entire country.

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In the Netherlands, the name is pronounced as: ah-MAY.
Lucille  4/7/2016
AMÉE (Medieval French)
AIMÉE (Modern French)
AMY (English)

I am English and my name is spelt as a form of the Old French name Amée
Meaning "BELOVED" (modern French aimée), a vernacular form of the Latin Amata.

As an English name, it was in use in the Middle Ages (though not common then) was revived in the 19th century and I have only ever come across Amy's or Aimee's in my time.
Amee is not only a lovely meaning, but the medieval times were a little different than this day and age and I love that.

On a personal level it's nearly always raised spelling issues, such like my mother has missed out the "I" but as my surname is also really French (Lyons) I feel that my mum matched my names together well. Unfortunately I'm yet to discover any French within my family history nor have I met an Amee with a double ee.

From Amee Lyons.
Amee  2/17/2016

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