Nicholas Silver in the US

  1. #1,431,407 Nicholas Rupp
  2. #1,431,408 Nicholas Schiavone
  3. #1,431,409 Nicholas Seifert
  4. #1,431,410 Nicholas Serafini
  5. #1,431,411 Nicholas Silver
  6. #1,431,412 Nicholas Spicer
  7. #1,431,413 Nicholas Squires
  8. #1,431,414 Nicholas Stamos
  9. #1,431,415 Nicholas Starks
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Meaning & Origins

English form of the post-classical Greek personal name Nikolaos, derived from nikē ‘victory’ + laos ‘people’. The spelling with -ch- first occurred as early as the 12th century, and became firmly established at the time of the Reformation, although Nicolas is still occasionally found. St Nicholas was a 4th-century bishop of Myra in Lycia, about whom virtually nothing factual is known, although a vast body of legend grew up around him, and he became the patron saint of Greece and of Russia, as well as of children, sailors, merchants, and pawnbrokers. His feast day is 6 December, and among the many roles which legend has assigned to him is that of bringer of Christmas presents, in the guise of ‘Santa Claus’ (an alteration of the Dutch form of his name, Sinterklaas).
127th in the U.S.
English: from Middle English silver ‘silver’, hence a nickname for a rich man or for someone with silvery gray hair, or a metonymic occupational name for a silversmith.
1,437th in the U.S.

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