Roger Pigeon in the US

  1. #4,290,007 Roger Perret
  2. #4,290,008 Roger Pfaff
  3. #4,290,009 Roger Phares
  4. #4,290,010 Roger Philip
  5. #4,290,011 Roger Pigeon
  6. #4,290,012 Roger Pipkin
  7. #4,290,013 Roger Plum
  8. #4,290,014 Roger Pohl
  9. #4,290,015 Roger Pooler
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Meaning & Origins

From an Old French personal name, Rog(i)er, of Germanic (Frankish) origin, from hrōd ‘fame’ + gār, gēr ‘spear’. This was adopted by the Normans and introduced by them to Britain, replacing the native Old English form Hrōðgār. Roger was one of the most popular boys' names throughout the medieval period, but less so after the Reformation, though it has continued in regular use to the present day. Roger, Count of Sicily (c.1031–1101), son of Tancred, recovered Sicily from the Arabs. His son, also called Roger, ruled Sicily as king, presiding over a court noted for its splendour and patronage of the arts.
125th in the U.S.
French: from pigeon ‘pigeon’ (Old French pijon ‘young bird’), hence a metonymic occupational name for a hunter of wood pigeons, or a nickname for a foolish or gullible person, since the birds are easily taken.
17,593rd in the U.S.

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