Malcolm Toyama in the US

  1. #68,546,493 Malcolm Towne
  2. #68,546,494 Malcolm Townley
  3. #68,546,495 Malcolm Townrow
  4. #68,546,496 Malcolm Toy
  5. #68,546,497 Malcolm Toyama
  6. #68,546,498 Malcolm Traft
  7. #68,546,499 Malcolm Trafton
  8. #68,546,500 Malcolm Trailor
  9. #68,546,501 Malcolm Tramel
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Meaning & Origins

Anglicized form of the medieval Gaelic name Mael Coluim ‘devotee of St Columba’. Columba was a 6th-century monk of Irish origin who played a leading part in the conversion to Christianity of Scotland and northern England; see also Callum and Colm. He has always been one of the most popular saints in Scotland, but in the Middle Ages it was felt to be presumptuous to give the names of saints directly to children; instead their blessing was invoked by prefixing the name with mael ‘devotee of’ or gille ‘servant of’. Since the 1930s the given name has been used widely in the English-speaking world, not just by those with Scottish connections.
899th in the U.S.
Japanese: ‘abundant mountains’; found mostly in eastern Japan. The same characters are pronounced Tomiyama in the Ryūkyū Islands. The same name, written with characters meaning ‘outer mountain’ (and sometimes read Sotoyama), is less common. Many bearers of all versions of the name have samurai or noble connections. Yet another name, properly Romanized Tōyama, means ‘far mountain’. The name is taken from a village in Shinano (now Nagano prefecture) and is found in eastern Japan and the Ryūkyū Islands.
28,645th in the U.S.

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