Jasper Frontera in the US

  1. #59,601,894 Jasper Fristoe
  2. #59,601,895 Jasper Frith
  3. #59,601,896 Jasper Frizzell
  4. #59,601,897 Jasper Frogge
  5. #59,601,898 Jasper Frontera
  6. #59,601,899 Jasper Frye
  7. #59,601,900 Jasper Fryer
  8. #59,601,901 Jasper Fu
  9. #59,601,902 Jasper Fugate
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Meaning & Origins

The usual English form of the name assigned in Christian folklore to one of the three Magi or ‘wise men’, who brought gifts to the infant Christ at his birth (Matthew 2:1). The name does not appear in the Bible, and is first found in medieval tradition. It seems to be ultimately of Persian origin, from a word meaning ‘treasurer’. There is probably no connection with the English vocabulary word jasper denoting a gemstone, which is of Semitic origin. The name was introduced into England from the Low Countries in the Middle Ages and, although it never became popular, continued to be widely used in parts of the north. Well-known bearers include British comedian Jasper Carrott (b. 1945 as Robert Davies) and the fashion designer Jasper Conran (b. 1959).
1,784th in the U.S.
Spanish: topographic name for someone who lived on the boundary of an estate or some other geographical divide, from frontera ‘frontier’, ‘boundary’ (Latin frons, genitive frontis ‘front’), or a habitational name from La Frontera in the province of Cuenca.
32,700th in the U.S.

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