Milton Bellis in the US

  1. #33,727,331 Milton Bellard
  2. #33,727,332 Milton Belle
  3. #33,727,333 Milton Beller
  4. #33,727,334 Milton Bellin
  5. #33,727,335 Milton Bellis
  6. #33,727,336 Milton Belloso
  7. #33,727,337 Milton Bellows
  8. #33,727,338 Milton Belote
  9. #33,727,339 Milton Belousek
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Meaning & Origins

Transferred use of the surname, in origin a local name from the numerous places so called, a large number of which get their name from Old English mylentūn ‘settlement with a mill’. Others were originally named as ‘the middle settlement (of three)’, from Old English middel ‘middle’ + tūn ‘settlement’. The surname is most famous as that of the poet John Milton (1608–74), and the given name is sometimes bestowed in his honour. Its most illustrious bearer in recent times has been the economist Milton Friedman (1912–2006).
587th in the U.S.
Welsh: 1. Anglicized form of Welsh ap Elisedd ‘son of Elisedd’ (see Ellis). 2. English: variant of Bellows, from an old form of the word, which persisted generally until the 16th century and much later in various dialects.
11,959th in the U.S.

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