Bethany Bogdan in the US

  1. #10,316,200 Bethany Bockmann
  2. #10,316,201 Bethany Boelter
  3. #10,316,202 Bethany Boese
  4. #10,316,203 Bethany Bogart
  5. #10,316,204 Bethany Bogdan
  6. #10,316,205 Bethany Bogner
  7. #10,316,206 Bethany Bohl
  8. #10,316,207 Bethany Bolbach
  9. #10,316,208 Bethany Bolluyt
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Meaning & Origins

Of New Testament origin. In the New Testament it is a place name, that of the village just outside Jerusalem where Jesus stayed during Holy Week, before going on to Jerusalem and crucifixion (Matthew 21:17; Mark 11:1; Luke 19:29; John 12:1). Its Hebrew name may mean ‘house of figs’ (beth te'ena or beth te'enim). Until recently the given name was favoured mainly by Roman Catholics, being bestowed in honour of Mary of Bethany, sister of Martha and Lazarus. She is sometimes identified with Mary Magdalene (see Madeleine), although the grounds for this identification are very poor.
612th in the U.S.
Polish, Slovak, Slovenian (Prekmurje, i.e. easternmost Slovenia), and Serbian: from the common Slavic personal name Bogdan, Bohdan, composed of the elements Bog ‘God’ + dan ‘gift’. This was not a Christian name sanctioned by the Orthodox Church, but was common as a familiar vernacular name, equivalent to Greek Theodōros ‘gift of God’ (see Theodore) or Theodōtos ‘given by God’. As an American surname, it may also be a shortened form of any of numerous other Slavic surnames formed from this personal name. This is also found as a Romanian name.
9,530th in the U.S.

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