Geoffrey Tyrell in the US

  1. #27,284,358 Geoffrey Twombly
  2. #27,284,359 Geoffrey Twyman
  3. #27,284,360 Geoffrey Tyers
  4. #27,284,361 Geoffrey Tynes
  5. #27,284,362 Geoffrey Tyrell
  6. #27,284,363 Geoffrey Udin
  7. #27,284,364 Geoffrey Ugwu
  8. #27,284,365 Geoffrey Uhrik
  9. #27,284,366 Geoffrey Ulmer
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Meaning & Origins

Of Germanic (Frankish and Lombard) origin, introduced to Britain by the Normans. It was in regular use among the counts of Anjou, ancestors of the English royal house of Plantagenet, who were descended from Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou (1113–51). It was a particularly popular name in England and France in the later Middle Ages; notable bearers in England include the poet Geoffrey Chaucer (c.1340–1400) and in Wales the chronicler Geoffrey of Monmouth (d. 1155). The original form and meaning of the name is disputed. According to one theory, it is merely a variant of Godfrey; others derive the first part from the Germanic word gawia ‘territory’, walah ‘stranger’, or gisil ‘pledge’. Medieval forms can be found to support all these theories, and it is possible that several names have fallen together, or that the name was subjected to reanalysis by folk etymology at an early date.
758th in the U.S.
English and Irish: variant spelling of Tyrrell.
16,113th in the U.S.

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