Melanie Sedgwick in the US

  1. #70,881,104 Melanie Sedalnick
  2. #70,881,105 Melanie Sedan
  3. #70,881,106 Melanie Sedar
  4. #70,881,107 Melanie Seders
  5. #70,881,108 Melanie Sedgwick
  6. #70,881,109 Melanie Sedlacek
  7. #70,881,110 Melanie Sedlack
  8. #70,881,111 Melanie Sedqi
  9. #70,881,112 Melanie Sedrick
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Meaning & Origins

From an Old French form of Latin Melania, a derivative of the feminine form, melaina, of the Greek adjective melas ‘black, dark’. This was the name of two Roman saints of the 5th century, a grandmother and granddaughter. St Melania the Younger was a member of a rich patrician family. She led an austere and devout Christian life and, on inheriting her father's wealth, she emancipated her slaves, sold her property, and gave the proceeds to the poor. She also established several contemplative houses, including one on the Mount of Olives, to which she eventually retired. The name Melanie was introduced to England from France in the Middle Ages, but died out again. It was reintroduced and became popular in the late 20th century.
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English: habitational name from Sedgwick in Cumbria, so named from the Middle English personal name Sigg(e) (from Old Norse Siggi or Old English Sicg, short forms of the various compound names with the first element ‘victory’) + Old English wīc ‘outlying settlement’, ‘dairy farm’; or from Sedgewick in Sussex, named with Old English secg ‘sedge’ + wīc.
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