Avery – Name Meaning
Avery is a unisex name of English origin, derived from the Old French “Averi” or “Avery”. It is believed to have originated as a Norman surname, and was first used as a given name in the 19th century. The name Avery has several possible meanings, including “ruler of the elves”, “wise ruler”, and “counselor of the elves”.
The name Avery is associated with wisdom and intelligence. It is also associated with creativity and imagination. People with this name are often seen as independent thinkers who are able to come up with creative solutions to problems. They are also known for their strong sense of justice and fairness.
Avery is a popular name in the United States, ranking in the top 100 names for both boys and girls since 2009. In 2019, it was the 24th most popular name for boys and the 32nd most popular name for girls. It is also popular in other English-speaking countries such as Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
Famous People Named Avery
There are many famous people named Avery, including actors Avery Brooks and Avery Kidd Waddell; musicians Avery Sunshine and Avery Wilson; athletes Avery Johnson and Avery Bradley; writers Avery Corman and Avery Trufelman; politicians Avery Brundage and Avery Dulles; scientists Avery August and Avery Gilbert; entrepreneurs Avery Dennison and Avery Schreiber; fashion designers Avery Fane and Avery Gumpel; chefs Avery Ruzicka and Avery Robinson; artists Avery Lawrence and Avery Singer; models Avery Blanchard and Avery Tharp; dancers Avery Gayle and Avery Jones; activists Avery Jackson and Avery Williams; philanthropists Avery Brundage Jr. and Avery Rockefeller.