Ursula Caruso in the US

  1. #84,595,340 Ursula Carrison
  2. #84,595,341 Ursula Carrow
  3. #84,595,342 Ursula Carswell
  4. #84,595,343 Ursula Carta
  5. #84,595,344 Ursula Caruso
  6. #84,595,345 Ursula Carvale
  7. #84,595,346 Ursula Carvalho
  8. #84,595,347 Ursula Carwell
  9. #84,595,348 Ursula Casaccio
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Meaning & Origins

From the Latin name Ursula, a diminutive of ursa ‘(she-)bear’. This was the name of a 4th-century saint martyred at Cologne with a number of companions, traditionally said to have been eleven thousand, but more probably just eleven, the exaggeration being due to a misreading of a diacritic mark in an early manuscript. This name was moderately popular in the 16th century, but its use in the English-speaking world today is selective. A more recent influence has been the film actress Ursula Andress (b. 1936 in Switzerland).
1,157th in the U.S.
Italian: nickname from caruso ‘close-cropped’ (Latin cariosus ‘decayed’, also ‘smooth’, ‘bald’). This word was also used in the more general sense ‘boy’, ‘lad’, since in the Middle Ages young men of fashion sometimes wore their hair much shorter than was the prevailing style. In the Girgenti area of Sicily the term was a metonymic occupational name for a worker in the sulfur pits, since such workers were required to wear their hair short.
1,523rd in the U.S.

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