Bonnie Hawk in the US

  1. #936,954 Bonnie Givens
  2. #936,955 Bonnie Gregg
  3. #936,956 Bonnie Grimm
  4. #936,957 Bonnie Hammer
  5. #936,958 Bonnie Hawk
  6. #936,959 Bonnie Hedrick
  7. #936,960 Bonnie Hite
  8. #936,961 Bonnie Hollis
  9. #936,962 Bonnie Hoyt
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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 (Devon): 1. from Middle English hauek ‘hawk’, applied as a metonymic occupational name for a hawker (see Hawker), a name denoting a tenant who held land in return for providing hawks for his lord, or a nickname for someone supposedly resembling a hawk. There was an Old English personal name (originally a byname) H(e)afoc ‘hawk’, which persisted into the early Middle English period as a personal name and may therefore also be a source. 2. topographic name for someone who lived in an isolated nook, from Middle English halke (derived from Old English halh + the diminutive suffix -oc), or a habitational name from some minor place named with this word, such as Halke in Sheldwich, Kent.
1,949th in the U.S.

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