Gerald Miner in the US

  1. #918,905 Gerald Major
  2. #918,906 Gerald Manuel
  3. #918,907 Gerald Mcneill
  4. #918,908 Gerald Mcwilliams
  5. #918,909 Gerald Miner
  6. #918,910 Gerald Mohr
  7. #918,911 Gerald Oakley
  8. #918,912 Gerald Peacock
  9. #918,913 Gerald Purcell
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Meaning & Origins

From an Old French name of Germanic (Frankish) origin, derived from gār, gēr ‘spear’ + wald ‘rule’. It was adopted by the Normans and introduced by them to Britain. There has been some confusion with Gerard. It died out in England at the end of the 13th century. However, it continued to be popular in Ireland, where it had been brought in the 12th century at the time of Strongbow's invasion. It was used in England in the 17th century and revived in the 19th century, along with several other long-extinct names of Norman, Old English, and Celtic origin, and is now more common than Gerard, which survived all along as an English ‘gentry’ name.
137th in the U.S.
English: occupational name for someone who built mines, either for the excavation of coal and other minerals, or as a technique in the medieval art of siege warfare. The word represents an agent derivative of Middle English, Old French mine ‘mine’ (a word of Celtic origin, cognate with Gaelic mein ‘ore’, ‘mine’).
1,600th in the U.S.

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