Matthew Panik in the US

  1. #12,367,684 Matthew Pangia
  2. #12,367,685 Matthew Pangilinan
  3. #12,367,686 Matthew Pangle
  4. #12,367,687 Matthew Panich
  5. #12,367,688 Matthew Panik
  6. #12,367,689 Matthew Pantaleo
  7. #12,367,690 Matthew Pantalone
  8. #12,367,691 Matthew Panthani
  9. #12,367,692 Matthew Panther
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Meaning & Origins

English form of the name of the Christian evangelist, author of the first gospel in the New Testament. His name is a form of the Hebrew name Mattathia, meaning ‘gift of God’, which is fairly common in the Old Testament, being rendered in the Authorized Version in a number of different forms: Mattan(i)ah, Mattatha(h), Mattithiah, Mattathias, and so on. In the Authorized Version, the evangelist is regularly referred to as Matthew, while the apostle chosen to replace Judas Iscariot is distinguished as Matthias. A related name from the same Hebrew roots, but reversed, is Jonathan. Throughout the English-speaking world Matthew has been particularly popular since the 1970s.
32nd in the U.S.
Polish, Czech, and Slovak (Pánik): nickname from a diminutive of pan, pán ‘master’. Compare Panek.
51,962nd in the U.S.

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