Tuesday, May 28, 2002
1,931st most popular female first name in the United States; frequency is 0.003%; percentile is 86.296
Sabra means "cactus plant" in Hebrew. In Hebrew, this name also means "to rest". In Arabic, this name means "thorny cactus".
Other Links: Sabra Crosby, Sabra Getchell, Sabra Field, Sabra B. Steinsiek, Sabra Morgan, Sabra Ray, Sabra Beem
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Saturday, May 25, 2002
1,051st most popular male first name in the United States; frequency is 0.005%; percentile is 89.368
Raleigh means "deer meadow" in Old English. In English this name also means "field of birds" or "from the roe dear meadow". There are several names that mean "son of Raleigh": Rawgon, Rawling, Rawls.
Other Links: Sir Walter Raleigh, Raleigh Jackson, John Raleigh Mott, Debbie Raleigh, Hiram Raleigh Kennedy, Valerie Raleigh Yow
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Monday, May 13, 2002
2,339th most popular last name (surname) in the United States; frequency is 0.005%; percentile is 53.929
Radford is a "residence name" in Old English. This name also means "from the red ford".
Other Links: Rosemary Radford Ruether, David Scott Radford, Irene Radford, Laurie Radford, Basil Radford
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Wednesday, May 08, 2002
5,805th most popular last name (surname) in the United States; frequency is 0.002%; percentile is 64.994
Radcliffe is a "residence name" in Old English. This name can be masculine or feminine. In the feminine form, Radcliffe means "from the red cliff" in English.
Other Links: Ann Radcliffe, A.R. Radcliffe-Brown, Daniel Radcliffe, Radcliffe Bailey, Mark F. Radcliffe, Nora Radcliffe, Paula Radcliffe
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Qitarah is a feminine name which means "fragrant" in Arabic.
Other Links: Quitarah (Kabalarian)
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