Sheridan Chopin in the US

  1. #37,027,605 Sheridan Chaney
  2. #37,027,606 Sheridan Chapin
  3. #37,027,607 Sheridan Charles
  4. #37,027,608 Sheridan Chin
  5. #37,027,609 Sheridan Chopin
  6. #37,027,610 Sheridan Cirucci
  7. #37,027,611 Sheridan Clagg
  8. #37,027,612 Sheridan Claiborne
  9. #37,027,613 Sheridan Clarkson
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Meaning & Origins

Transferred use of the surname made famous by the Irish playwright Richard Brinsley Sheridan (1751–1816). The surname is from Gaelic Ó Sirideáin (see Sirideán). This is now occasionally also used as a girl's name. In the United States the inspiration is probably the Unionist commander General Philip Henry Sheridan (1831–88).
3,189th in the U.S.
French and English: nickname for a heavy drinker, from Old French chopine, a large liquid measure (from Middle Low German schōpen ‘ladle’). The derived Old French verb chopiner has the sense ‘to tipple’, ‘to drink to excess’. Possibly, though less likely, the surname may have been acquired as a metonymic occupational name for a maker of ladles or vessels used in the casting of metal, which were also called chopines.
37,858th in the U.S.

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