Sabrina Dominick in the US

  1. #36,315,963 Sabrina Dombrowski
  2. #36,315,964 Sabrina Domene
  3. #36,315,965 Sabrina Domenico
  4. #36,315,966 Sabrina Domine
  5. #36,315,967 Sabrina Dominick
  6. #36,315,968 Sabrina Dominicus
  7. #36,315,969 Sabrina Donan
  8. #36,315,970 Sabrina Donatelli
  9. #36,315,971 Sabrina Doncaster
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Meaning & Origins

From the name of a character in Celtic legend, who supposedly gave her name to the River Severn. In fact this is one of the most ancient of all British river names, and its true origins are obscure. Legend, as preserved by Geoffrey of Monmouth, had it that Sabrina was the illegitimate daughter of a Welsh king called Locrine, and was drowned in the river on the orders of the king's wife, Gwendolen. The river name is found in the form Sabrina in the Latin writings of Tacitus, Gildas, and Bede. Geoffrey of Monmouth comments that in Welsh the name is Habren (modern Welsh Hafren). The name of the legendary character is almost certainly derived from that of the river, rather than vice versa.
484th in the U.S.
English: from a vernacular form of the Late Latin personal name Dominicus ‘of the Lord’. This was borne by a Spanish saint (1170–1221) who founded the Dominican order of friars. In medieval England it may have been used as a personal name for a child born on a Sunday. As an English surname it is comparatively rare, and in the U.S. it has undoubtedly absorbed cognates in other European languages; for the forms, see Hanks and Hodges 1988.
7,110th in the U.S.

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