Jesse Caesar in the US

  1. #11,591,080 Jesse Cabot
  2. #11,591,081 Jesse Cabrales
  3. #11,591,082 Jesse Cacy
  4. #11,591,083 Jesse Cadd
  5. #11,591,084 Jesse Caesar
  6. #11,591,085 Jesse Caffee
  7. #11,591,086 Jesse Cahall
  8. #11,591,087 Jesse Cail
  9. #11,591,088 Jesse Calder
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Meaning & Origins

Meaning ‘gift’ in Hebrew; it is borne by the father of King David (1 Samuel 16), from whose line (according to the New Testament) Jesus was ultimately descended. It was popular among the Puritans, and is still used frequently in the United States, less so in Britain. As a girl's name it is a respelling of Jessie. Notable American bearers have included the outlaw Jesse James (1847–82), the athlete Jesse Owens (1913–80), and the politician Jesse Jackson (b. 1941).
224th in the U.S.
From the Latin family name of the first Roman emperor, Gaius Julius Caesar (100–44 BC), which gave rise to vocabulary words meaning ‘emperor’ or ‘ruler’ in German (Kaiser), Russian (tsar), Arabic (qayṣar), and other languages. As a modern family name it is probably most often a humanistic re-translation into Latin of German Kaiser, but it is also found as an Americanized form of Italian Cesare and French César and Césaire. It is also found as an English surname, derived either from a medieval personal name taken from the Latin or a nickname for someone who had played the part of the emperor Julius Caesar in a pageant.
9,112th in the U.S.

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