Esther Parson in the US

  1. #4,067,900 Esther Olmos
  2. #4,067,901 Esther Oneill
  3. #4,067,902 Esther Ong
  4. #4,067,903 Esther Ovalle
  5. #4,067,904 Esther Parson
  6. #4,067,905 Esther Pascual
  7. #4,067,906 Esther Peachey
  8. #4,067,907 Esther Perlman
  9. #4,067,908 Esther Pfeifer
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Meaning & Origins

Biblical name, borne by a Jewish captive who became the wife of the Persian king Ahasuerus. Her Hebrew name was Hadassah ‘myrtle’, and the form Esther is said to be a Persian translation of this, although others derive it from Persian stara ‘star’. It may also be a Hebrew form of the name of the Persian goddess Ishtar. According to the book of the Bible that bears her name, Esther managed, by her perception and persuasion, to save large numbers of the Jews from the evil machinations of the royal counsellor Haman. See also Hester.
369th in the U.S.
English: from Middle English persone, parsoun ‘parish priest’, ‘parson’ (Old French persone, from Latin persona ‘person’, ‘character’), hence a status name for a parish priest or perhaps a nickname for a devout man. The reasons for the semantic shift from ‘person’ to ‘priest’ are not certain; the most plausible explanation is that the local priest was regarded as the representative person of the parish. The phonetic change from -er- to -ar- was a regular development in Middle English.
2,507th in the U.S.

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