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Gender: M Meaning of Crane: "crane" Origin of Crane: English surname

This elegant surname has great potential to turn into an unusual first name, especially with its literary associations to both Stephen and Hart Crane.

Crane is a surname that originated for a tall man with long, thin legs. It can now be seen as one of the newly stylish bird names, like Wren and Lark, and could fit in well with future classmates Zane, Kane, Dane, Lane, Rain--and Jane.

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Famous People Named Crane

Walter Crane (1845-1915), British illustrator, painter and designer of textiles and wallpaper

Crane Wilbur (1886-1973), American actor, writer and director for stage radio and screen.

Pop Culture References for the Name Crane

Dr. Frasier Crane, fictional psychiatrist from TV's "Frasier" and "Cheers"
Ichabod Crane - From Washington Irving's "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"
Jonathan Crane aka The Scarecrow
Denny Crane, from TV series "Boston Legal"
Donny Crane, from TV series "Boston Legal"
Kyle Crane, Known by most as Crane, From Video Game "Dying Light"

Crain, Craine, Crandall, Crandell, Crayn, Crayne, Krane

Crane's International Variations

Yashtahi (Arabic) Grue (French) Kran (German) Yeranos (Greek) Daru (Hungarian) Kran (Polish) Kran (Russian) Gru (Spanish)

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