What does the baby name Kelsea mean? Learn about what Kelsea means, its history & origin, popularity in our random name database, pronunciation, similar names, nicknames & spelling variations.

Kelsea - Name Meaning, Origin & Popularity

Spelling of Kelsea
K-E-L-S-E-A, is a 6-letter male given name.
Meaning of Kelsea
Island of the ships.
Origin of Kelsea
The name 'Kelsea' is derived from the English language. It is a variant of the name 'Chelsea', which originated as a place name in England. The name 'Chelsea' is believed to have been derived from the Old English words 'cealc' and 'hyll', which mean 'chalk' and 'hill' respectively. It was originally used to refer to an area in London known for its chalky hills.
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Popularity of Kelsea
The name 'Kelsea' gained popularity in the United States in the late 20th century. It peaked in popularity in the 1990s but has since declined in usage. It is considered a relatively uncommon name in modern times.
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Etymology of Kelsea

The name 'Kelsea' is a variant of the name 'Chelsea', which has its roots in the Old English words 'cealc' and 'hyll'. These words refer to chalk and hill respectively, indicating the name's association with the geographical features of the area in London.

Cultural Significance of Kelsea

The name 'Kelsea' does not have any specific cultural significance. However, as a variant of 'Chelsea', it may be associated with the cultural and historical significance of the Chelsea area in London.