Deborah Grice in the US

  1. #1,518,117 Deborah Furlong
  2. #1,518,118 Deborah Gault
  3. #1,518,119 Deborah Giese
  4. #1,518,120 Deborah Goble
  5. #1,518,121 Deborah Grice
  6. #1,518,122 Deborah Grider
  7. #1,518,123 Deborah Grose
  8. #1,518,124 Deborah Guyton
  9. #1,518,125 Deborah Haire
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Meaning & Origins

Biblical name (meaning ‘bee’ in Hebrew), borne by the nurse of Rebecca (Genesis 35:8) and by a woman judge and prophet (Judges 4–5) who led the Israelites to victory over the Canaanites. It has always been popular as a Jewish name. It was in use among Christians by the mid 16th century and was taken up by the Puritans in the 17th century, in part because the bee was a symbol of industriousness. Since then it has enjoyed enormous popularity, peaking in the 1960s. Among other famous bearers is the actress Deborah Kerr (1921–2007).
55th in the U.S.
English: 1. nickname for a gray-haired man, from Middle English grice, gris ‘gray’ (Old French gris, apparently of Germanic origin, and probably a distant cognate of Gray 1). 2. from Middle English grice, grise ‘pig’ (Old Norse gríss, probably akin to 1), hence a metonymic occupational name for a swineherd or a nickname. 3. Possibly an Americanized spelling of German Greis.
3,621st in the U.S.

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