Lance Oswald in the US

  1. #31,229,032 Lance Osterbauer
  2. #31,229,033 Lance Osting
  3. #31,229,034 Lance Ostler
  4. #31,229,035 Lance Ostrom
  5. #31,229,036 Lance Oswald
  6. #31,229,037 Lance Osweiler
  7. #31,229,038 Lance Ota
  8. #31,229,039 Lance Otani
  9. #31,229,040 Lance Otey
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Meaning & Origins

Old French form of the Germanic personal name Lanzo, a short form of various compound names beginning with land ‘land, territory’ (compare Lambert), but associated from an early date with Old French lance ‘lance’ (the weapon, from Latin lancea). The modern use as a given name most probably arose as a transferred use of the surname derived from the medieval given name, although it is also commonly taken as a short form of Lancelot.
537th in the U.S.
Scottish, northern English, and German: from an Old English personal name composed of the elements ōs ‘god’ + weald ‘power’. In the Middle English period, this fell together with the less common Old Norse cognate Ásvaldr. The name was introduced to Germany from England, as a result of the fame of St. Oswald, a 7th-century king of Northumbria, whose deeds were reported by Celtic missionaries to southern Germany. The name was also borne by a 10th-century English saint of Danish parentage, who was important as a monastic reformer.
2,337th in the U.S.

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