Clyde Alton in the US

  1. #24,406,632 Clyde Almon
  2. #24,406,633 Clyde Alms
  3. #24,406,634 Clyde Alspaugh
  4. #24,406,635 Clyde Alsted
  5. #24,406,636 Clyde Alton
  6. #24,406,637 Clyde Altstadt
  7. #24,406,638 Clyde Alvardo
  8. #24,406,639 Clyde Amaral
  9. #24,406,640 Clyde Ambacher
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Meaning & Origins

Mainly North American: from the name of a river in south-west Scotland that runs through Glasgow, perhaps by way of a surname derived from the river name, although for many Scottish emigrants it was the point of departure from Scotland. The given name gained some currency, especially in the American South. The bank robber Clyde Barrow became something of a cult figure after the film Bonnie and Clyde (1967), in which he was played by Warren Beatty.
553rd in the U.S.
English: habitational name from any of the many places called Alton, in Derbyshire, Dorset, Hampshire, Leicestershire, Staffordshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, and elsewhere. The origin is various: Alton in Derbyshire and Alton Grange in Leicestershire probably have as their first element Old English (e)ald ‘old’. Those in Hampshire, Dorset, and Wiltshire are at the sources of rivers, and are named in Old English as ‘settlement (tūn) at the source (ǣwiell)’. Others derive from various Old English personal names; for example, the one in Staffordshire is formed with an unattested personal name, Ælfa, and one in Worcestershire, Eanulfintun in 1023, is ‘settlement associated with (-ing) Ēanwulf’.
7,634th in the U.S.

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