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Gender: M Meaning of Brady: "large-chested" Origin of Brady: Irish Brady's Popularity in 2014: #195

The name given to Miranda Hobbes's son on the dearly departed Sex and the City is a friendly and energetic choice. You well might want to make your son part of the Brady bunch.

Brady has been a well used boy's name since the turn-of-the-last-century Diamond Jim Brady days, but it's had its highest numbers in the past two decades, now slightly down at Number 195.

Brady Fuller is a young werewolf in the Twilight" series, but there were more notable Bradys bearing it as a surname, including Civil War photographer Mathew, press secretary James, and quarterback Tom--in addition of course to Mike, Carol, Greg, Marsha, and Jan et al.

Famous People Named Brady

Brady Kevin Anderson, American baseball player
Brayden Tyler "Brady" Quinn, American NFL football player
Brady Lee Ellison, American Olympic archer
(Patrick) Brady Smith, American actor
Brady Paul Poppinga, American NFL football player
Brady Goodwin Jr. aka Phanatic, American rapper
Brady Patrick Hoke, American college football coach
Brady John Haran, Australian filmmaker
(John) Brady Kiesling, American diplomat
Brady Vilcan, American reality TV contestant ("The Biggest Loser")
Brady Seals, American country singer of Little Texas and Hot Apple Pie
Brady Lange, American fashion designer & contestant on "Under the Gunn"

Pop Culture References for the name Brady

Brady Black, character on "Days of Our Lives"
Brady Lang, from the movie "Arlington Road"
"The Brady Bunch," American sitcom (1969-1974)
Brady Bloodworth, from the movie "Bloodworth"
Brady Fuller, character from the movie saga "Twilight"
Brady, character from the video game "Fire Emblem: Awakening"
Brady, a character from Pair of Kings