Tracy Crumble in the US

  1. #84,134,582 Tracy Cruitt
  2. #84,134,583 Tracy Crull
  3. #84,134,584 Tracy Crumback
  4. #84,134,585 Tracy Crumbaugh
  5. #84,134,586 Tracy Crumble
  6. #84,134,587 Tracy Crumbling
  7. #84,134,588 Tracy Crumbliss
  8. #84,134,589 Tracy Crumel
  9. #84,134,590 Tracy Crumes
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Meaning & Origins

Transferred use of the surname, in origin a Norman baronial name from places in France called Tracy, from the Gallo-Roman personal name Thracius + the local suffix -acum. In former times, Tracy was occasionally used as a boy's name, as were the surnames of other English noble families. Later, it was also used as a girl's name, generally being taken as a pet form of Theresa. It became a very popular girl's name in the 1960s and 70s, but has gradually declined since. It continues to be used as a boy's name in the United States but is rarely, if ever, so used in Britain.
141st in the U.S.
English (Cheshire): perhaps a habitational name from Cromwell in Nottinghamshire or Cromwell Bottom in West Yorkshire, both named from Old English crumb ‘crooked’ + wella ‘stream’, ‘spring’. The latter is recorded as Crumbel (1251) and Crumble (1566). Probably an altered spelling of German Krumpel or Krümpel, a nickname for someone with a deformity, from Middle High German krum(p) ‘deformed’, ‘crooked’; skeletal deformities were common in the Middle Ages, often as a result of rickets.
35,836th in the U.S.

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