What does the name Aileen Mean?
The name Aileen is pronounced as ey-LIYIYN. It has old French and Old Greek origins.
It is commonly used in Gaelic, German, English, Scottish and Irish languages. This name is widely used for girls and has almost 50 variant transcriptions such as Aila Aileene, Ailey, Ailyn, etc. Some of the diminutives of this name are Aili, Ailli, Aily, Ailie, Ayleen, etc.
The meaning of the name according to the French meaning is hazelnut. In Greek, it means bright one. Aileen is a comparatively popular girl baby name. It peaked in 1926 when it was 288th of the most famous names used for babies. In 2010 it was ranked 410.
What does Aileen mean in numerology?
Aileen is a number six. This means that Aileen is adamant about focusing on the facts and using a rational approach. Emotions and feelings should never be allowed to cloud the picture. If you are called Aileen this means you are intelligent and eager to learn. Often, Aileen's have a lot of rules and regulations to follow due to being a number six, they are able to fit in easily with others. Aileen's are pragmatic and meticulous, shrewd and discerning, and highly critical and picky. They can sometimes appear reserved and cold, which can make them seem distant. They don't act impulsively, and they always read the fine print carefully before signing anything.
What is the detailed meaning Aileen?
- Origin: Greek
- Quick Meaning: Light
- Number of letters: 6, Those 6 letters total to 28
- Gender: Girl
- Scottish: Female From the green meadow, a variant of Evelyn. Also a Scottish variant of the Irish Eileen.
- Irish: Female Variant of Eileen: Light. The name Eibhlin, derived from Evelyn or Evelina. Light.
- French: The juniper tree.
What is the positive meaning Aileen?
- Aileen due to the two "ee" within your name means that you will be in a partnership for a long time
- You are great at working for others
- Considerate and caring
- Will make money in life
What is the negative meaning of the dream Aileen?
- Stop trying to second guess what people think - who cares!
By Flo Saul
Sep 20, 2012