Clinton Takeuchi in the US

  1. #48,160,631 Clinton Takahashi
  2. #48,160,632 Clinton Takamori
  3. #48,160,633 Clinton Takara
  4. #48,160,634 Clinton Takasaki
  5. #48,160,635 Clinton Takeuchi
  6. #48,160,636 Clinton Talflinger
  7. #48,160,637 Clinton Talmo
  8. #48,160,638 Clinton Talton
  9. #48,160,639 Clinton Tammen
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Meaning & Origins

Mainly North American: transferred use of the English surname, a local name from Glympton in Oxfordshire or Glinton in Northants. It was originally used as a given name in America in honour of the Clinton family, whose members included the statesman George Clinton (1739–1812), governor of New York, and his nephew De Witt Clinton (1769–1828), who was responsible for overseeing the construction of the Erie Canal. More recently it has no doubt been bestowed with reference to William Jefferson Clinton (b. 1946), 42nd president of the U.S., and it has enjoyed increasing popularity in the U.K.
652nd in the U.S.
Japanese: ‘within the bamboos’. This name is found mostly in westcentral Japan, and pronounced Takenouchi by some bearers. The family claims descent from the legendary hero-statesman Takenouchi no Sukune, himself supposedly a descendant of the mythical Emperor Kōgen and a counselor to several other emperors, including Ōjin (late 4th century). Other families, such as the Soga, also claim Takenouchi no Sukune as an ancestor.
20,829th in the U.S.

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