Florence Luton in the US

  1. #54,575,560 Florence Luten
  2. #54,575,561 Florence Luteran
  3. #54,575,562 Florence Lutfi
  4. #54,575,563 Florence Luth
  5. #54,575,564 Florence Luton
  6. #54,575,565 Florence Lutter
  7. #54,575,566 Florence Lutterschmidt
  8. #54,575,567 Florence Luttman
  9. #54,575,568 Florence Lutton
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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.
English: habitational name from the place in Bedfordshire (named in Old English as ‘settlement (Old English tūn) on the (river) Lea’), or, more plausibly in view of the pattern of distribution, from Luton in Devon (near Teignmouth), named in Old English as ‘Lēofgifu's settlement’ (from an Old English female personal name composed of the elements lēof ‘dear’, ‘beloved’ + gifu ‘gift’). A further possible source of the name is Luton in Kent, named as the ‘settlement of Lēofa’.
19,589th in the U.S.

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