Stanley Felber in the US

  1. #37,357,262 Stanley Feinblum
  2. #37,357,263 Stanley Feinweb
  3. #37,357,264 Stanley Feirick
  4. #37,357,265 Stanley Fejnas
  5. #37,357,266 Stanley Felber
  6. #37,357,267 Stanley Felchak
  7. #37,357,268 Stanley Feldbusch
  8. #37,357,269 Stanley Feldheiam
  9. #37,357,270 Stanley Feliciano
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Meaning & Origins

Transferred use of the surname, in origin a local name from any of numerous places (in Derbys., Durham, Gloucs., Staffs., Wilts., and Yorks.) so called from Old English stān ‘stone’ + lēah ‘wood, clearing’. This is well established as a given name, and has been widely used as such since the 1880s. It had been in occasional use over a century earlier. Its popularity seems to have stemmed at least in part from the fame of the explorer Sir Henry Morton Stanley (1841–1904), who was born in Wales as John Rowlands but later took the name of his adoptive father, a New Orleans cotton dealer.
295th in the U.S.
German and Swiss German: topographic name for someone who lived by a conspicuous willow tree or a group of such trees, from Middle High German velwe ‘willow’ (presumably from an unrecorded Old High German cognate of Old English welig). As a vocabulary word this has now been entirely supplanted by Weide. Both words ultimately derive from a root meaning ‘bent’, ‘twisted’, and refer to the useful suppleness of willow twigs. Some examples of the surname may derive from places called Felben, from the dative plural of the word (originally used after a preposition).
18,459th in the U.S.

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