Florence Bogdan in the US

  1. #11,132,338 Florence Boddie
  2. #11,132,339 Florence Bodine
  3. #11,132,340 Florence Bodlovic
  4. #11,132,341 Florence Boettcher
  5. #11,132,342 Florence Bogdan
  6. #11,132,343 Florence Bogert
  7. #11,132,344 Florence Bognar
  8. #11,132,345 Florence Bohannon
  9. #11,132,346 Florence Boich
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Meaning & Origins

Medieval form of the Latin masculine name Florentius (a derivative of florens ‘blossoming, flourishing’) and its feminine form Florentia. In the Middle Ages the name was commonly borne by men (as, for example, the historian Florence of Worcester), but it is now exclusively a girl's name. This was revived in the second half of the 19th century, being given in honour of Florence Nightingale (1820–1910), the founder of modern nursing, who organized a group of nurses to serve in the Crimean War. She herself received the name because she was born in the Italian city of Florence (Latin Florentia, Italian Firenze).
434th in the U.S.
Polish, Slovak, Slovenian (Prekmurje, i.e. easternmost Slovenia), and Serbian: from the common Slavic personal name Bogdan, Bohdan, composed of the elements Bog ‘God’ + dan ‘gift’. This was not a Christian name sanctioned by the Orthodox Church, but was common as a familiar vernacular name, equivalent to Greek Theodōros ‘gift of God’ (see Theodore) or Theodōtos ‘given by God’. As an American surname, it may also be a shortened form of any of numerous other Slavic surnames formed from this personal name. This is also found as a Romanian name.
9,530th in the U.S.

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