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Gender: M Meaning of Conrad: "brave counsel" Origin of Conrad: German Conrad's Popularity in 2012: #738

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Conrad has a somewhat intellectual masculine image, a solid name that has been consistently on the popularity lists, especially well used in the 1920s and 30s, and given a pop of rock energy by the Elvis-like character of Conrad Birdie in "Bye, Bye, Birdie"--("We love you Conrad, oh yes we do!").

Conrad has been both a saints' name and a German royal appellation. One of its most well-known bearers is hotelier Conrad Hilton, great-grandfather of the Paris generation. Conrad was the prototypical Byronic hero of his poem "The Corsair." There have been fictive Conrads on shows like "Weeds" and "CSI."

Corrado is the attractive Italian form.

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Famous People Named Conrad

Conrad Hilton - Hilton Hotel founder
Conrad Elvehjem - American biochemist
William Conrad - American actor
Robert Conrad - American actor
Joseph Conrad - Polish-born author ("Heart of Darkness")
Conrad Stafford Bain, American actor; twin brother Bonar Bain
Charles Conrad "Chad" Lowe, American actor and brother of Rob Lowe

Pop Culture References for the Name Conrad

- Conrad Fisher, character in Jenny Han's "The Summer I Turned Pretty" series

- Conrad Grayson, character from American TV series "Revenge"

- Conrad - one of the primary characters in Shannon Hale's "The Goose Girl".
- Conrad - character in Disney Channel's The Replacements, owner of Fleemco and uncle to Todd and Riley

Con, Connie, Conrade, Cort, Curt, Duno, Koen

Conrad's International Variations

Kort, Koenraad (Dutch) Kurt (German) Corrado (Italian) Konrad (Polish) Conrao (Portuguese) Conrado (Spanish)