Tennessee had the highest population of Blythe families in 1840. In 1840 there were 22 Blythe families living in Tennessee.

I absolutely agree with you, I don't find anything appealing about this name. B lythe as a girls' name (also used as boys' name Blythe) is pronounced bleeth. 20% of Blythe men worked as a Farmer and 10% of Blythe women worked as a Housewife. If you don’t know Blythe by name, you may know her by sight. She mostly sports geek-chic hair – a heavy fringe, sometimes dyed different colours – and wears vintage-styled outfits. It is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Blythe is "blithe, cheerful, carefree". nickname for a cheerful person, from Old English bliðe ‘merry’, ‘cheerful’. Pregnancy. Wolf would be an amazing meaning (although joyous is pretty good too!) Love Blythe dolls! No offence name is ugly af, and not feminine at all. I was kind of hoping this name would be related to the Welsh word for wolf, Blaidd, which is pronounced like Blythe. Blythe is a name that's been used primarily by parents who are considering baby names for girls. It sounds just like its meaning: carefree and bubbly. I don't like this.

Name Guru to the Stars: Baby Names for Nicki Minaj and more! Like bliss, but with a lisp. I love it. Xx, I have warmed up to this name so much lately, after re-reading the Anne of Green Gables Series. These names tend to be less commonly used than Blythe. The name Blythe is a girl's name of English origin meaning "happy, carefree". View Social Security Death Index (SSDI) for Blythe. The average life expectancy for Blythe in 1944 was 33, and 77 in 2004. Lol.... How do you pronounce knife?! Always wanted one and the customs are amazing and the amount of work artists put into them can be amazing! The name Blythe is a girl's name of English origin meaning "happy, carefree". You've only scratched the surface of Blythe family history. But i do love the combination Blodwen Brianna Blaidd (because I love alliteration and the nickname Bibi!!) I love Blythe for its similar sound to blithe, and its happy meaning. Can definitely see myself using this one. It makes a great middle name also! But given the choice I think I'd go with Blaidd because I prefer the meaning and the spelling- after a while Blythe starts to look wrong to me if i look at it too long unfortunately. Blythe was eventually adapted to a surname before it became a feminine given name. I love Blythe, though I agree with you that it does sound "sharp, lispy, and weaponlike."

I just remember how much I love the character. The Blythe family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920.

Like a window into their day-to-day life, Blythe census records can tell you where and how your ancestors worked, their level of education, veteran status, and more. There are 7,000 immigration records available for the last name Blythe. I actually quite like this name. You're right about characters. I don't mind Blythe, but I don't really like it either. The river name is from Old English bliðe ‘gentle’, ‘pleasant’. The SSDI is a searchable database of more than 70 million names.

I really, really, like it now! Weirdly enough, I like Blaidd (Welsh word for wolf pronounced about the same) as a boy's name. On instagram there's a hashtag called blythe and it's related to anorexia nervosa and this really creepy looking baby doll so that ruined it for me. Discover the unique achievements of ancestors in your family tree, Browse profiles of historical people with the Blythe last name, This page needs Javascript enabled in order to work properly. The most Blythe families were found in the UK in 1891.