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Meaning of the Name Graham

The first name Graham is of English, Teutonic, Latin, Scottish, Anglo Saxon origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: A Surname Originating from a Place Called Grantham in Lincolnshire. The First Element is Uncertain, But the Second is from the Old English Ham (Home, Dwelling, Manor). Variations: Graeme, Grahame. (Gr
Teutonic: From the Gray House
English: From the Great Meadow 'Farm Home.' Surname
Latin: Grain
English: Gray Home
English: Home in Gravelled Valley
Scottish: This Scottish Surname is a Variant of the Lincolnshire Place Name Grantham, Meaning Grant's Homestead, and is Also a Common Given Name. Famous Bearer: British Writer Graham Greene
Anglo Saxon: Warring

Similar Names

Graeham | Grahame | Grahem | Gram |

Related Names

Demelza  (English)
Fortified. A Cornish Place Name Sometimes Used As a First Name. Famous Bearer: Demelza Was the Heroine of British Author Winston Graham's Poldark Novels
Graeme  (Scottish)
This Scottish Surname is a Variant of the Lincolnshire Place Name Grantham, Meaning Grant's Homestead, or Farm Home, and is Also a Common Given Name. Famous Bearer: British Writer Graham Greene
Grahame  (Scottish)
This Scottish Surname is a Variant of the Lincolnshire Place Name Grantham, Meaning Grant's Homestead, or Farm Home, and is Also a Common Given Name. Famous Bearer: British Writer Graham Greene
Ken  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Kenneth: Handsome. Root of the Surname Mackenzie. Famous Bearer: Kenneth Grahame (- ), Author of the Wind in the Willows
Kenneth  (Scottish)
Handsome. Root of the Surname Mackenzie. Famous Bearer: Kenneth Grahame (- ), Author of the Wind in the Willows

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