Malachi Cade in the US

  1. #68,534,262 Malachi Burris
  2. #68,534,263 Malachi Burrow
  3. #68,534,264 Malachi Bute
  4. #68,534,265 Malachi Cable
  5. #68,534,266 Malachi Cade
  6. #68,534,267 Malachi Caesar
  7. #68,534,268 Malachi Cagle
  8. #68,534,269 Malachi Caldwell
  9. #68,534,270 Malachi Cammack
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Meaning & Origins

Biblical name, borne by the last of the twelve minor prophets of the Old Testament; he foretold the coming of Christ and his name means, appropriately, ‘my messenger’ in Hebrew. The name was adopted by the Puritans in the 17th century, but until a recent modest revival was rarely used among English speakers outside Ireland. In Ireland, written Malachy, it is a traditional name, representing an adaptation of more than one medieval Gaelic name to the biblical name. It was used to refer to an Irish king who defeated the Norse invaders in an important battle. His baptismal name was Maoileachlainn ‘devotee of St Seachnall or Secundinus’, but in medieval sources telling of his life this has already been altered to coincide with that of the biblical prophet.
5,203rd in the U.S.
English: from a Middle English personal name, Cada, which is probably from a Germanic root meaning ‘lump’, ‘swelling’. English: metonymic occupational name for a cooper, from Middle English, Old French cade ‘cask’, ‘barrel’ (of Germanic origin, probably akin to the root mentioned in 1). English: nickname for a gentle or inoffensive person, from Middle English cade ‘domestic animal’, ‘pet’ (of unknown origin). French (Cadé): topographic name from cade ‘juniper’ (from Latin catanus).FOREBEARS Bearers of the name Caddé, from Amiens, were documented in Quebec city by 1670.
4,099th in the U.S.

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