Mercy Ferrante in the US

  1. #71,123,790 Mercy Feliz
  2. #71,123,791 Mercy Fennimore
  3. #71,123,792 Mercy Ferido
  4. #71,123,793 Mercy Fermin
  5. #71,123,794 Mercy Ferrante
  6. #71,123,795 Mercy Ferreiras
  7. #71,123,796 Mercy Ferrera
  8. #71,123,797 Mercy Fetter
  9. #71,123,798 Mercy Fickenscher
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Meaning & Origins

From the vocabulary word denoting the quality of magnanimity, and in particular God's forgiveness of sinners, a quality much prized in Christian tradition. The word is derived from Latin merces, which originally meant ‘wage’ or ‘reward’ (see Mercedes). The name was in regular use from the mid 15th century onwards and was favoured by the Puritans; Mercy is the companion of Christiana in the second part of John Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress (1684). Subsequently, it fell out of use as a given name. In modern use, this is often an Anglicized form of Mercedes.
2,386th in the U.S.
Italian: 1. Italianized form of French Ferrand. Compare Ferrando 1. 2. habitational name from Ferrante, a locality of Acri in Cosenza province.
4,774th in the U.S.

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