Joel Bagnall in the US

  1. #29,493,613 Joel Bagadiong
  2. #29,493,614 Joel Bagder
  3. #29,493,615 Joel Baggenstoss
  4. #29,493,616 Joel Baglia
  5. #29,493,617 Joel Bagnall
  6. #29,493,618 Joel Bagnell
  7. #29,493,619 Joel Bagocki
  8. #29,493,620 Joel Bagube
  9. #29,493,621 Joel Baham
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Meaning & Origins

Biblical name, composed of two different Hebrew elements, Yah(weh) and El, both of which mean ‘God’ the implication of the name is that the Hebrew God, Yahweh, is the only true god. This is a common name in the Bible, being borne by, among others, one of King David's ‘mighty men’ (1 Chronicles 11:38), and a minor prophet who lived in the 8th century bc. The name has been perennially popular as a Jewish name; it was also taken up by the Puritans and other Christian fundamentalists. The name has long been in regular use in North America but was uncommon in Britain until the 1990s. Well-known bearers of the name include the American singer and entertainer Joel Grey (b. 1932), the West Indian cricketer Joel Garner (b. 1952), and the American film director Joel Coen (b. 1954). The French form Joël is also used in the English-speaking world.
267th in the U.S.
English: habitational name for someone from Bagnall in Staffordshire, named with the Old English personal name Badeca, Baduca (from a short form of the various compound names with the first element beadu ‘battle’) + Old English halh ‘nook’, ‘recess’ (see Hale) or holt ‘wood’ (see Holt).
19,963rd in the U.S.

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