Lucas Stebbins in the US

  1. #67,814,644 Lucas Stayton
  2. #67,814,645 Lucas Stead
  3. #67,814,646 Lucas Steagall
  4. #67,814,647 Lucas Stean
  5. #67,814,648 Lucas Stebbins
  6. #67,814,649 Lucas Stebelton
  7. #67,814,650 Lucas Steed
  8. #67,814,651 Lucas Steel
  9. #67,814,652 Lucas Steenhard
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Meaning & Origins

In part a learned form of Luke, in part a transferred use of the surname derived from it in the Middle Ages. The Latin form Lucas was often used in the Middle Ages in written documents in place of the spoken vernacular form Luke, hence the common surname. It is also the spelling preferred in the Authorized Version of the New Testament, which has had some influence on its selection as a given name. There has been a sharp rise in its popularity since the turn of the century. Lucas is now also used as an Anglicized form of various Eastern European equivalents (see the cognates listed at Luke).
771st in the U.S.
English: 1. topographic name from Middle English stebbing, stubbing ‘clearing’ (from an unattested Old English stybbing, a derivative of stubb ‘tree stump’). 2. habitational name from Stebbing in Essex, which is named in Old English either as ‘the family or followers (Old English -ingas) of a man called Stybba’, an unattested Old English personal name, or ‘the dwellers among the tree stumps (Old English stybb)’.
5,156th in the U.S.

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