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Gender: M Meaning of Chase: "to hunt" Origin of Chase: French Chase's Popularity in 2015: #74

Chase, with its sleek and ultraprosperous aura, is redolent of the worlds of high finance and international banking. Chase has been well used during the last decade, seen as a character on 24 and on several young-audience shows. Chase is megapopular in some parts of Canada--it was recently as high as Number 9 in Saskatchewan.

There are a disproportionate number of football stars name Chase.

Variation Chace began catching on in 2008, thanks largely to Gossip Girl hottie Chace (born Christopher Chace) Crawford.

Famous People Named Chase

Chase Hampton, Actor, Singer 90's Celebrity
Chase Utley, American baseball player
Chase Headley, American baseball player
Chase Blackburn, American football player
Chase Coffman, American football player
Chase Daniel, American football player
Chase Bundinger, American basketball player
Chase Coy, American singer
Chase Tyler Kalisz, American swimmer

Pop Culture References for the name Chase

Chase Hampton playing self on Disney Channels "Mickey Mouse Club" 89-94
Chase Bank, retail banking division of JP Morgan Chase
Chase Davenport, character in the show "Lab Rats"
Chase Stein, from the Marvel Comic book series Runaways
Chase Edmunds, a character from the television series 24
Charles "Chase" Matthews, character from Nickelodeon's Zoey 101
Chase Landry, from the reality tv series Swamp People
Dr. Robert Chase, character on "House" known as "Chase" on the show
To chase someone is to run after them
Chase Hammond, Drive Me Crazy (1999)
Chase Adams, character in "One Tree Hill"
Chase McKinney, character in the movie "Now You See Me 2"

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