Harry Bertram in the US

  1. #2,696,273 Harry Baney
  2. #2,696,274 Harry Barbour
  3. #2,696,275 Harry Bechtel
  4. #2,696,276 Harry Bedell
  5. #2,696,277 Harry Bertram
  6. #2,696,278 Harry Bettis
  7. #2,696,279 Harry Blumenthal
  8. #2,696,280 Harry Bonilla
  9. #2,696,281 Harry Booher
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Meaning & Origins

Pet form of Henry. This was the usual English form of Henry in the Middle Ages and later. It was used by Shakespeare, for example, as the familiar name of the mature King Henry V (compare Hal). Since the publication of the first of J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter titles (Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone) in 1997, Harry has become extremely popular as an independent given name. A meaning of the name Harry is Army Ruler.
240th in the U.S.
German, English, Scottish, French, and Danish: from the Germanic personal name Bertram, composed of the elements berht ‘bright’, ‘famous’ + hrabn ‘raven’. The raven was the bird of Odin, king of the gods, in Germanic mythology. The personal name was common in France throughout the Middle Ages, where its popularity was increased by the fame of the troubadour Bertrand de Born (?1140–?1214). The spelling Bertrand is French, coined by folk etymology under the influence of the present participle ending -and, -ant. The name was taken to England by the Normans in the forms Bertran(d), Bertram, and Bartram.
4,080th in the U.S.

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