Roger Slavin in the US

  1. #12,905,947 Roger Slaalien
  2. #12,905,948 Roger Slain
  3. #12,905,949 Roger Slama
  4. #12,905,950 Roger Slaubaugh
  5. #12,905,951 Roger Slavin
  6. #12,905,952 Roger Slay
  7. #12,905,953 Roger Slee
  8. #12,905,954 Roger Sleeper
  9. #12,905,955 Roger Slightom
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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.
Irish: reduced form of O’Slavin, an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Sléibhín ‘descendant of Sléibhín’, a name probably derived from sliabh ‘mountain’ (perhaps originally a short form of Donnshléibhe; see Dunleavy).
7,593rd in the U.S.

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