Levi Balfour in the US

  1. #31,701,686 Levi Balcom
  2. #31,701,687 Levi Baldarelli
  3. #31,701,688 Levi Bales
  4. #31,701,689 Levi Balestra
  5. #31,701,690 Levi Balfour
  6. #31,701,691 Levi Balleck
  7. #31,701,692 Levi Balvanz
  8. #31,701,693 Levi Balzer
  9. #31,701,694 Levi Bandong
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Meaning & Origins

Meaning ‘associated’ in Hebrew; in the Bible it was given by Jacob's wife Leah to her third son as an expression of her hope, ‘Now this time will my husband be joined unto me, because I have born him three sons: therefore was his name called Levi’ (Genesis 29:34). The Levites (a Jewish priestly caste) are descended from Levi. In the New Testament, Levi is a byname of the apostle and evangelist Matthew. In modern times the name has been mainly Jewish, although its appeal is now widening. Probably its most famous bearer was Levi Strauss (1829–1902), designer of the tough canvas jeans which still bear his name.
1,049th in the U.S.
Scottish: habitational name from any of several places in eastern Scotland named with Gaelic bail(e) ‘village’, ‘farm’, ‘house’ + pùir, genitive case of pór ‘pasture’, ‘grass’ (lenited to phùir in certain contexts). The second element is akin to Welsh pawr ‘pasture’. The principal British family bearing this name derives it from lands in the parish of Markinch, Fife. According to the traditional pronunciation, the accent falls on the second syllable, but these days it is found more commonly on the first.
12,475th in the U.S.

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