Cedric Mora in the US

  1. #23,762,914 Cedric Monson
  2. #23,762,915 Cedric Montford
  3. #23,762,916 Cedric Montgague
  4. #23,762,917 Cedric Moodie
  5. #23,762,918 Cedric Mora
  6. #23,762,919 Cedric Morey
  7. #23,762,920 Cedric Morley
  8. #23,762,921 Cedric Moseley
  9. #23,762,922 Cedric Mosher
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Meaning & Origins

Coined by Sir Walter Scott for the character Cedric of Rotherwood in Ivanhoe (1819). It seems to be an altered form of Cerdic, the name of the traditional founder of the kingdom of Wessex. Cerdic was a Saxon (Scott's novel also has a Saxon setting), and his name is presumably of Germanic origin, but the formation is not clear. The name has acquired something of a ‘sissy’ image, partly on account of Cedric Errol Fauntleroy, the long-haired, velvet-suited boy hero of Frances Hodgson Burnett's Little Lord Fauntleroy (1886). A well-known bearer was the film actor Sir Cedric Hardwicke (1893–1964).
1,099th in the U.S.
Portuguese, Spanish, and Catalan (Móra): habitational name from any of the places named Mora, in some cases from mora ‘mulberry’ (Late Latin mora, originally the plural of classical Latin morum).
856th in the U.S.

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