Belinda Birmingham in the US

  1. #43,652,962 Belinda Birely
  2. #43,652,963 Belinda Birhle
  3. #43,652,964 Belinda Birkholz
  4. #43,652,965 Belinda Birkner
  5. #43,652,966 Belinda Birmingham
  6. #43,652,967 Belinda Birrer
  7. #43,652,968 Belinda Birungi
  8. #43,652,969 Belinda Bisbey
  9. #43,652,970 Belinda Bischoffshausen
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Meaning & Origins

Of uncertain origin. It was used by Sir John Vanbrugh for a character in his comedy The Provok'd Wife (1697), was taken up by Alexander Pope in The Rape of the Lock (1712), and has enjoyed a steady popularity ever since. It is not certain where Vanbrugh got the name from. The notion that it is Germanic (with a second element lind ‘soft, tender, weak’) is not well founded. In Italian literature it is the name ascribed to the wife of Orlando, vassal of Charlemagne, but this use is not supported in Germanic sources. The name may be an Italian coinage from bella ‘beautiful’ (see Bella) + the feminine name suffix -inda (compare, for example, Lucinda).
563rd in the U.S.
English: habitational name from Birmingham in the West Midlands. In Domesday Book the name is already found as Bermingeham, but it seems likely that it was originally Beornmundingahām ‘homestead (Old English hām) of the people of (-inga-) Beornmund’, a personal name composed of the elements beorn ‘young man’, ‘warrior’ + mund ‘protection’. This name is well established in Ireland (see Bermingham).
5,303rd in the U.S.

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