Rose Marchand in the US

  1. #1,949,235 Rose Lennon
  2. #1,949,236 Rose Lentz
  3. #1,949,237 Rose Lorenz
  4. #1,949,238 Rose Lovato
  5. #1,949,239 Rose Marchand
  6. #1,949,240 Rose Maria
  7. #1,949,241 Rose Mazur
  8. #1,949,242 Rose Mendonca
  9. #1,949,243 Rose Molnar
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Meaning & Origins

Ostensibly from the vocabulary word denoting the flower (Latin rosa). However, the name was in use throughout the Middle Ages, long before any of the other girls' names derived from flowers, which are generally of 19th-century origin. In part it may refer to the flower as a symbol of the Virgin Mary, but it seems more likely that it also has a Germanic origin, probably as a short form of various girls' names based on hros ‘horse’ or hrōd ‘fame’. The Latinate form Rohesia is commonly found in documents of the Middle Ages. As well as being a name in its own right, it is currently used as a short form of Rosemary and, less often (because of their different pronunciation), of other names beginning Ros-, such as Rosalind and Rosamund.
188th in the U.S.
French and English: occupational name for a buyer and seller of goods, from Old French, Middle English march(e)ant, Late Latin mercatans, from Latin mercari ‘to trade’, from merx ‘commerce’, ‘exchange’, ‘merchandise’. In the Middle Ages the term was used mainly to denote a wholesale dealer.
4,836th in the U.S.

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