Bridget Keyser in the US

  1. #10,401,323 Bridget Kernan
  2. #10,401,324 Bridget Kerns
  3. #10,401,325 Bridget Kersey
  4. #10,401,326 Bridget Kessen
  5. #10,401,327 Bridget Keyser
  6. #10,401,328 Bridget Kies
  7. #10,401,329 Bridget Kilbane
  8. #10,401,330 Bridget Killeen
  9. #10,401,331 Bridget Kilpela
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Meaning & Origins

Anglicized form of Gaelic Brighid (pronounced ‘breed’);. This was the name of an ancient Celtic goddess, which in Gaulish would have been Brigindos, meaning ‘the exalted one’. St Brigid of Kildare (c.450–c.525) is one of the patron saints of Ireland. Very few facts are known about her life. She founded a religious house for women at Kildare, and is said to be have been buried at Downpatrick, where St Patrick and St Columba were also buried. Many of the stories of miracles told about St Brigid seem to be Christianized versions of pagan legends concerning the goddess. The popularity of the name was further reinforced throughout Europe, especially in Scandinavia in the form Birgit, as the name of the patron saint of Sweden (1304–73). She was a noblewoman of Irish stock who, after the death of her husband, founded an order of nuns, the Bridgettines. Later she went to Rome and attempted to introduce religious reforms there.
554th in the U.S.
Dutch: from keyser ‘emperor’, modern Dutch keizer (from Latin Caesar). Keyser is a 17th-century spelling. Compare German Kaiser. In addition to the meanings of the German name (nickname, house name, etc.), this was also a status name for the head of a society of marksmen.
4,302nd in the U.S.

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