Helen Fohl in the US

  1. #57,316,212 Helen Foggie
  2. #57,316,213 Helen Foght
  3. #57,316,214 Helen Foglio
  4. #57,316,215 Helen Fogoros
  5. #57,316,216 Helen Fohl
  6. #57,316,217 Helen Fohn
  7. #57,316,218 Helen Fohrhaltz
  8. #57,316,219 Helen Foitik
  9. #57,316,220 Helen Fojt
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Meaning & Origins

English vernacular form of the name (Greek Hēlēnē) borne in classical legend by a famous beauty, wife of Menelaus, whose seizure by the Trojan prince Paris sparked off the Trojan War. Her name is of uncertain origin; it may be connected with a word meaning ‘ray’ or ‘sunbeam’ compare Greek hēlios ‘sun’. It has sometimes been taken as connected with the Greek word meaning ‘Greek’, Hellēn, but this is doubtful. In the early Christian period the name was borne by the mother of the Emperor Constantine, who is now usually known by the Latin version of her name, Helena. She is credited with having found the True Cross in Jerusalem. She was born in about 248, probably in Bithynia. However, in medieval England it was believed that she had been born in Britain, which greatly increased the popularity of the name there.
96th in the U.S.
German: 1. nickname for someone who behaved in a skittish or unpredictable manner, from Middle High German, Middle Low German vole ‘foal’. 2. (Föhl): variant of Feil 2. 3. from Swabian Föhl ‘spark’, ‘embers’, possibly applied as a metonymic occupational name for a blacksmith or smelter, or as a nickname for a hot-tempered person.
51,593rd in the U.S.

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