Stuart Saul in the US

  1. #9,773,234 Stuart Sandlin
  2. #9,773,235 Stuart Sarshik
  3. #9,773,236 Stuart Saslow
  4. #9,773,237 Stuart Satterlee
  5. #9,773,238 Stuart Saul
  6. #9,773,239 Stuart Savedoff
  7. #9,773,240 Stuart Schachter
  8. #9,773,241 Stuart Schale
  9. #9,773,242 Stuart Schaller
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Meaning & Origins

From the French version of the surname Stewart. This form was introduced to Scotland in the 16th century by Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, who was brought up in France. The surname originated as an occupational or status name for someone who served as a steward in a manor or royal household. The Scottish royal family of this name are traditionally supposed to be descended from a family who were hereditary stewards in Brittany before the Conquest. Use as a given name originated in Scotland, but is now widespread throughout the English-speaking world.
632nd in the U.S.
English, French, German, Italian, and Jewish: from the personal name Saul (Hebrew Shaul ‘asked-for’), the name of the king of Israel whose story is recounted in the first book of Samuel. In spite of his success in uniting Israel and his military prowess, Saul had a troubled reign, not least because of his long conflict with the young David, who eventually succeeded him. Perhaps for this reason, the personal name was not particularly common in medieval times. A further disincentive to its popularity as a Christian name was the fact that it was the original name of St. Paul, borne by him while he was persecuting Christians, and rejected by him after his conversion to Christianity. It may in part have arisen as a nickname for someone who had played the part of the Biblical king in a religious play.
4,735th in the U.S.

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