Alfred Astorino in the US

  1. #13,737,391 Alfred Aslanyan
  2. #13,737,392 Alfred Aspinwall
  3. #13,737,393 Alfred Assaf
  4. #13,737,394 Alfred Astorga
  5. #13,737,395 Alfred Astorino
  6. #13,737,396 Alfred Atchley
  7. #13,737,397 Alfred Atenta
  8. #13,737,398 Alfred Attiliis
  9. #13,737,399 Alfred Attla
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Meaning & Origins

From an Old English name derived from ælf ‘elf, supernatural being’ + ræd ‘counsel’. It was a relatively common name before the Norman Conquest of Britain, being borne most notably by Alfred the Great (849–899), King of Wessex. After the Conquest it was adopted by the Normans in a variety of more or less radically altered forms (see Avery). In some regions the forms Alvery and Avery never fell entirely out of favour and became locally popular in the 16th century. It provides a rare example (Edward is another) of a distinctively Old English name that has spread widely on the Continent. It was strongly revived in the 19th century, along with other names of pre-Conquest historical figures, faded in the mid-20th century, but has since recovered some popularity.
348th in the U.S.
Southern Italian: from a diminutive of the nickname astore, literally ‘goshawk’. Italian astore is an adaptation of Occitan astor, which displaced its Old Italian cognate accettore in the era of the troubadours. Both forms are derived from Latin acceptor ‘hawk’
39,307th in the U.S.

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