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Gender: F Meaning of Harlow: "army" Origin of Harlow: English surname Harlow's Popularity in 2013: #540

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Jean Harlow (born Harlean Carpenter), the original platinum blonde bombshell, was a symbol of 1930's glamour, a factor that first Patricia Arquette and then Nicole Richie and Joel Madden probably had in mind when they gave their daughters the distinctive surname name Harlow.

Harlow has been rapidly catching on with other parents, moving up over one hundred places this year. It entered the list for the first time in 2009, one year after the arrival of Ms. Madden. Harlow would fit right in with contemporaries Arlo and Marlow(e).

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Famous People Named Harlow

Jean Harlow (born Harlean Harlow Carpenter), actress and Hollywood bombshell of the 1930s
Shalom Harlow, Canadian supermodel
Harlow Olivia Calliope Jane (b. 2003), daughter Patricia Arquette and Thomas Jane
Harlow Winter Kate Madden (b. 2008), daughter of Joel Madden and Nicole Richie; sister to Sparrow James Midnight Madden
Harlow Shapley, American astronomer (male)
Harry Harlow, American psychologist (male)
Winnie Harlow, model with vitiligo

Pop Culture References for the Name Harlow

Protector of the People or more accurately, "Mund of the people." The mund is a principle in Germanic tradition and law that can be crudely translated as "protection"

The "Mund" was the leadership of an ancestor of a family, a family which is understood as all the people related by the blood to this ancestor, exerted over all and each of the family members. The name Harlow can mean the "defender of the family or ancestral line"

Surname meaning 'person from Harlow', the name of various places in England.

Clarissa Harlowe, the saintly young heroine of Samuel Richardson's 'Clarissa' (1748)

Means 'mound of the people" or 'protector of the people'. Mound is from Old English mund (hand, hand of protection, protector, guardianship