Bonnie Cover in the US

  1. #8,124,064 Bonnie Cotta
  2. #8,124,065 Bonnie Coufal
  3. #8,124,066 Bonnie Countryman
  4. #8,124,067 Bonnie Coursey
  5. #8,124,068 Bonnie Cover
  6. #8,124,069 Bonnie Cowsert
  7. #8,124,070 Bonnie Coyer
  8. #8,124,071 Bonnie Crace
  9. #8,124,072 Bonnie Cranfill
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Meaning & Origins

Originally an affectionate nickname from the Scottish word bonnie ‘fine, attractive, pretty’. However, it was not until recently used as a given name in Scotland. Its popularity may be attributed to the character of Scarlett O'Hara's infant daughter Bonnie in the film Gone with the Wind (1939), based on Margaret Mitchell's novel of the same name. (Bonnie's name was really Eugenie Victoria, but she had ‘eyes as blue as the bonnie blue flag’.) A famous American bearer was Bonnie Parker, accomplice of the bank robber Clyde Barrow; their life together was the subject of the film Bonnie and Clyde (1967). The name enjoyed a vogue in the second part of the 20th century, and has also been used as a pet form of Bonita.
180th in the U.S.
English: occupational name for a roofer, from Old French co(u)vreur, an agent derivative of co(u)vrir ‘to cover’ (Latin cooperire). Roofing materials in the Middle Ages might be tiles (see Tyler), slates (see Slater), or thatch (see Thatcher), depending on the regional availability of suitable materials.
8,617th in the U.S.

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