Audrey Krueger in the US

  1. #848,179 Audrey Faulkner
  2. #848,180 Audrey Frost
  3. #848,181 Audrey Gilliam
  4. #848,182 Audrey Hobbs
  5. #848,183 Audrey Krueger
  6. #848,184 Audrey Lancaster
  7. #848,185 Audrey Mccullough
  8. #848,186 Audrey Mckee
  9. #848,187 Audrey Nicholson
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Meaning & Origins

Much altered form of the Old English girl's name Æðelþryð, derived from æðel ‘noble’ + þryð ‘strength’. This was the name of a 6th-century saint (normally known by the Latinized form of her name, Etheldreda), who was a particular favourite in the Middle Ages. According to tradition she died from a tumour of the neck, which she bore stoically as a divine punishment for her youthful delight in fine necklaces. The name went into a decline at the end of the Middle Ages, when it came to be considered vulgar, being associated with tawdry, that is, lace and other goods sold at fairs held in her name (the word deriving from a misdivision of Saint Audrey). Shakespeare bestowed it on Touchstone's comic sweetheart in As You Like It. In the 20th century, such associations largely forgotten, the name was revived, partly due in the 1950s and 60s to the popularity of the actress Audrey Hepburn (1929–93).
350th in the U.S.
German (Krüger) and Jewish (Ashkenazic): 1. occupational name for a maker or seller of stoneware mugs and jugs, from an agent derivative of Middle High German kruoc ‘jug’, ‘pitcher’, German Krug. 2. occupational name from Krüger ‘innkeeper’, an agent derivative of Krug ‘inn’, ‘tavern’, from Middle Low German krūch, krōch (probably originally a different word from 1, with which it has subsequently fallen together).
871st in the U.S.

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