Clyde Boehm in the US

  1. #8,291,459 Clyde Bloomer
  2. #8,291,460 Clyde Bloyed
  3. #8,291,461 Clyde Blunk
  4. #8,291,462 Clyde Boatright
  5. #8,291,463 Clyde Boehm
  6. #8,291,464 Clyde Boggan
  7. #8,291,465 Clyde Bohannon
  8. #8,291,466 Clyde Bolen
  9. #8,291,467 Clyde Boughton
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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.
German (Böhm), Dutch, and Jewish (Ashkenazic): ethnic name for a native or inhabitant of Bohemia (now the western part of the Czech Republic), from Böhmen, German name of Bohemia (Middle High German Böheim, Bēheim). This derives its name from the tribal name Baii + heim ‘homeland’; the Baii were a tribe, probably Celtic, who inhabited the region in the 1st century AD and were gradually displaced by Slavic settlers in the period up to the 5th century. The same tribe also gave their name to Bavaria (see Bayer). Bohemia was an independent Slavic kingdom from the 7th century to 1526, when it fell to the Habsburgs. In 1627 it was formally declared a Habsburg Crown Land, and by the Treaty of Versailles it became a province of the newly formed Czechoslovakia in 1919. This is also found as a Swedish name.
3,048th in the U.S.

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