Adrian Alcocer in the US

  1. #10,010,765 Adrian Albarracin
  2. #10,010,766 Adrian Albarran
  3. #10,010,767 Adrian Albino
  4. #10,010,768 Adrian Albus
  5. #10,010,769 Adrian Alcocer
  6. #10,010,770 Adrian Alcover
  7. #10,010,771 Adrian Alfano
  8. #10,010,772 Adrian Almanzar
  9. #10,010,773 Adrian Almendariz
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Meaning & Origins

Usual English form of the Latin name Hadrianus ‘man from Hadria’. Hadria was a town in northern Italy, which gave its name to the Adriatic Sea; it is of unknown derivation. The initial H- has always been very volatile. The name was borne by the Roman emperor Publius Aelius Hadrianus, during whose reign (ad 117–138) Hadrian's Wall was built across northern England. The name was later taken by several early popes, including the only English pope, Nicholas Breakspeare (Adrian IV). It was in early use among immigrants from the Low Countries, and is found in some English regions from the mid-16th century. It has enjoyed considerable popularity in the English-speaking world since the late 20th century.
455th in the U.S.
Spanish and Catalan: habitational name from any of various places called Alcocer, for example in the provinces of Guadalajara and Alacant, from Arabic al ‘the’ + quṣayr ‘small palace’, a diminutive of qaṣr ‘citadel’ (see Alcazar).
13,359th in the U.S.

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