Abraham Applewhite in the US

  1. #13,606,326 Abraham Antman
  2. #13,606,327 Abraham Appel
  3. #13,606,328 Abraham Appleman
  4. #13,606,329 Abraham Appleton
  5. #13,606,330 Abraham Applewhite
  6. #13,606,331 Abraham Arabov
  7. #13,606,332 Abraham Arakelian
  8. #13,606,333 Abraham Arceo
  9. #13,606,334 Abraham Arenas
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Meaning & Origins

Biblical name, borne by the first of the Jewish patriarchs, with whom God made a covenant that his descendants should possess the land of Canaan. The Hebrew form is Avraham, and is of uncertain derivation. In Genesis 17:5 it is explained as ‘father of a multitude (of nations)’ (Hebrew av hamon (goyim)). It has always been a popular Jewish given name, and was also chosen by Christians, especially by Puritans and other fundamentalists from the 16th century onwards. Various early saints of the Eastern Roman Empire also bore this name. Its currency in the United States was greatly enhanced by the fame of President Abraham Lincoln (1809–65).
789th in the U.S.
English: habitational name from a place named Applethwaite, from Old Norse apaldr ‘apple tree’ + þveit ‘meadow’. There are two or three such places in Cumbria; Applethwaite is also recorded as a surname from the 13th century in Suffolk, England, pointing to a possible lost place name there. The form Applewhite, now found predominantly in Lincolnshire, goes back to the 16th century in Suffolk.
8,311th in the U.S.

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