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Description:Name which started as a job title, either directly or - more often - as a job title that became a family name which now in turn is used as a given name
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NameGroupLanguage of OriginLanguages of UseMeaning/Translation or Related WordsUS 2020
ArcherArcherOld FrenchEnglishbowman, archer#160
BaileeBailey/BaileyOld EnglishEnglishbailiff#849
BaileyBailey/BaileyOld EnglishGerman, Englishbailiff 
BaileyBailey/BaileyOld EnglishEnglishbailiff#171
BakerBakerEnglishEnglish #523
BayleeBailey/BaileyOld EnglishEnglishbailiff#771
BayleighBailey/BaileyOld EnglishEnglishbailiff 
BaylieBailey/BaileyOld EnglishEnglishbailiff 
BishopBishopEnglishEnglishbishop#980
BridgerBridgerOld EnglishEnglish #925
BriggsBridgerOld EnglishEnglish #436
CannonCanonOld FrenchEnglishcanon, priest#543
CanonCanonOld FrenchEnglishcanon, priest 
CarterCarterOld EnglishEnglishcart driver#33
CarterCarterOld EnglishEnglishcart driver#515
CashCashOld FrenchEnglishWords: case#265
ChaceChase/ChaseOld FrenchEnglishhunter 
ChandlerChandler/ChandlerOld FrenchEnglishcandle maker, candle seller#977
ChandlerChandler/ChandlerOld FrenchEnglishcandle maker, candle seller#569
ChaseChase/ChaseOld FrenchEnglishhunter#123
ChaseChase/ChaseOld FrenchEnglishhunter 
ClarkClarkOld EnglishEnglishcleric, scholar#390
ColterColterEnglishEnglishherder of horses#971
CooperCooperOld EnglishEnglishcooper, barrel maker#74
CordellCordellOld EnglishEnglishmaker of cord, seller of cord 
DeanDean/DeanaOld EnglishGerman, Englishvalley; dean#176
DeanaDean/DeanaOld EnglishEnglishvalley; dean 
DexDexterOld EnglishEnglishdyer, one who dyes 
DexterDexterOld EnglishEnglishdyer, one who dyes#560
ElchinElchinUnknownAzerbaijanimaybe ambassador 
FisherFisherEnglishEnglishfisherman#906
FletcherFletcherOld FrenchEnglisharrow maker#654
GageGageOld EnglishEnglishassayer#477
GaigeGageOld EnglishEnglishassayer 
GarthGarthOld NorseEnglishWords: garden 
GaugeGageOld EnglishEnglishassayer 
GraysenGraysonOld EnglishEnglishson of Grave#897
GraysonGraysonOld EnglishEnglishson of Grave#35
GreysenGraysonOld EnglishEnglishson of Grave 
GreysonGraysonOld EnglishEnglishson of Grave#81
HarithHarithArabicArabiccultivator, plower 
HarperHarper/HarperOld EnglishEnglishharp player, harp maker 
HarperHarper/HarperOld EnglishEnglishharp player, harp maker#10
HunterHunter/HunterEnglishEnglishhunter#828
HunterHunter/HunterEnglishEnglishhunter#69
JaggerJaggerOld EnglishEnglishpeddler, carter#717
JusticeJustice/JusticeOld EnglishEnglishjustice; judge#575
JusticeJustice/JusticeOld EnglishEnglishjustice; judge#666
KannonCanonOld FrenchEnglishcanon, priest#533
KarterCarterOld EnglishEnglishcart driver#887
KarterCarterOld EnglishEnglishcart driver#161
KashCashOld FrenchEnglishWords: case#255
KimballKimballWelshEnglishwar chief 
KordellCordellOld EnglishEnglishmaker of cord, seller of cord 
LamontLamontOld NorseEnglishlawgiver, lawyer 
MaisonMasonOld FrenchEnglishmason, stoneworker#915
MarquesMarquis/MarquitaOld FrenchEnglishthe marquis 
MarquezMarquis/MarquitaOld FrenchSpanishthe marquis 
MarquisMarquis/MarquitaOld FrenchEnglishthe marquis 
MarquiseMarquis/MarquitaOld FrenchEnglishthe marquis 
MarquitaMarquis/MarquitaOld FrenchEnglishthe marquis 
MarshalMarshallOld EnglishEnglishmarshall 
MarshallMarshallOld EnglishEnglishmarshall#363
MasenMasonOld FrenchEnglishmason, stoneworker 
MasonMasonOld FrenchEnglishmason, stoneworker#11
MaysonMasonOld FrenchEnglishmason, stoneworker 
MillerMillerEnglishEnglishmiller#694
PagePaigeEnglishEnglishthe page 
PaigePaigeEnglishEnglishthe page#271
ParkerParker/ParkerOld FrenchEnglishpark warden#95
ParkerParker/ParkerOld FrenchEnglishpark warden#128
PiperPiperEnglishEnglishpipe player#91
PorterPorterOld FrenchEnglishWords: door, gate#423
PyperPiperEnglishEnglishpipe player 
RyderRyderOld EnglishEnglishrider#108
SawyerSawyer/SawyerOld EnglishEnglishthe sawyer#116
SawyerSawyer/SawyerOld EnglishEnglishthe sawyer#237
SaylorSaylorUnknownEnglishmaybe sailor#300
ScarletScarlettOld EnglishEnglishWords: scarlet cloth#446
ScarlettScarlettOld EnglishEnglishWords: scarlet cloth#21
ScarletteScarlettOld EnglishEnglishWords: scarlet cloth#835
ShepardShepherdEnglishEnglishshepherd#925
ShepherdShepherdEnglishEnglishshepherd#602
ShermanShermanOld EnglishEnglishshear man 
SpencerSpencerOld FrenchEnglishdispenser of provisions#316
SpencerSpencerOld FrenchEnglishdispenser of provisions 
SpenserSpencerOld FrenchEnglishdispenser of provisions 
StewartStewartOld EnglishEnglishguardian of the home 
StuartStewartOld EnglishEnglish, Scottishguardian of the home 
TadhgTadhgOld IrishScottish, Irishpoet 
TadhganTadhgOld IrishIrishpoet 
TannerTannerOld EnglishEnglishtanner#333
TaylerTaylor/TaylorOld FrenchEnglishtailor 
TaylerTaylor/TaylorOld FrenchEnglishtailor 
TaylorTaylor/TaylorOld FrenchEnglishtailor#160
TaylorTaylor/TaylorOld FrenchEnglishtailor#595
ThatcherThatcherOld EnglishEnglishroof maker#839
TravisTravisOld FrenchEnglishWords: cross#339
TuckerTuckerOld EnglishEnglishthe fuller#192
TurnerTurnerEnglishEnglishturner, lathe operator#996
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