English: Diminutive variant of Abbas, Abbott, Abelard, and Abner
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Hebrew: Father or head of a monastic community; This surname is likely derived from the Hebrew name Abba and may bring to mind the...
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This Hebrew name means "father" and was used as the term for the leader of a monastery. Abbott has some traction as a last... Read more about Abbott
Anglo Saxon Origin
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English: From the town or settlement near the oak trees
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Gaelic: From the oak tree ford; surname
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English: Son of Adam
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Another patronymic name like Jamison, Addison has fallen out of fashion as a boy's name and is almost exclusively a girl's... Read more about Addison
English: Made of oak, strong; son of Aiken
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English: From the Afton River
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Celtic: Lord of the horses
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English: My own meadow
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German: Noble, bright; Prince Albert was Queen Victoria''s consort noted for enthusiastic support of the application of science to...
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English: Old friend, wise friend. Variant of Alvin. A surname derived from Aldwyn. Related to the Alder tree.
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English: From the old house
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The moniker Alexander is name to a host of prolific men from Alexander the Great to two kings of Scotland, three emperors... Read more about Alexander
English: From the old ford
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While Allen has never entered baby-name stardom, perhaps due to its dignified old-man-in-a-suit feel, it has maintained a... Read more about Allen
Allison is a version of the French name Alice, meaning "noble." It's an extremely popular name choice for girls in the U.S... Read more about Allison
English: From the nobleman''s town, possibly from the elf''s town; surname
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French: Name of a count
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American: American version of Maya.
Japanese: "Night rain" in Japanese.
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Italian: Italian form of Amhrose immortal
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Irish: Ridge; long hill
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English: Brave; powerful. See also Emory.
German: Divine; Brave; powerful. See also Emory.
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Scandinavian: Manly, brave; variant of Andrew
Scottish: Manly, brave; variant of Andrew
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