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Gender: M Meaning of Jared: "he descends" Origin of Jared: Hebrew Jared's Popularity in 2013: #305

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Jared is an Old Testament name that has been popular for decades--it was revived in the sixties via TV westerns-- and is still an appealing option.

In the Bible, Jared was a descendant of Adam who became the father of Enoch at the age of 162--and then lived on for another eight hundred years. Two contemporary Jareds are actors Jared Leto and Jared Harris. Jared Cameron is a shape-shifting werewolf character in the Twilight series of books and movies.

Other spellings include Jarred, Jarrad, Jarrod and Jarod.

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Famous People Named Jared

Jared Joseph Leto, American musician and actor
Jared Tristan Padalecki, American actor
(Michael) Jared Followill, American musician
Jared Allen, American football player
Jared Sullinger, American basketball player
Jared Antonio Farrow, real name of Saturday Night Live cast member Jay Pharoah
Jared James, son of actor Jim Belushi
Jared Scott Gilmore, American child actor, known for playing Henry Mills in TV series 'Once Upon A Time'

Pop Culture References for the Name Jared

Jared Jewelers
Jared Barkley-Oldest son on the 60's series The Big Valley
Jared "Enigma" McCloud, from TV show "Nip/Tuck"
Jared Grace, from the movie The Spiderwick Chronicles; twin brother Simon Grace
Jared Cole, from the movie "Into the Blue"
Jared Booth, character from TV series "Bones"
Jared Howe, character in Stephenie Meyer's "The Host"

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