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Gender: M Meaning of Lloyd: "gray" Origin of Lloyd: Welsh

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This Welsh surname was taken up as a first in the English-speaking world in the early twentieth century, originally as a nickname for someone gray-haired. The original Welsh name was Llwyd, and pronounced LHOO-eed. Beau Bridges was christened Lloyd after his actor father.

Famous People Named Lloyd

Lloyd Vernet Bridges, Jr., American actor
Lloyd Vernet "Beau" Bridges III, American actor
Lloyd Banks (born Christopher Charles Lloyd), American rapper of group G-Unit
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Lloyd Millard Bentsen, Jr., U.S. Senator from Texas ("You, senator, are no Jack Kennedy")
Lloyd Chudley Alexander, American children's novelist
Lloyd Francis Bacon, American actor and director
Lloyd Robertson, Canadian TV journalist
Lloyd Craig Blankfein, American investment banker
David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, British prime minister
Frank Lloyd Wright, American architect
Andrew Lloyd Webber, English composer
Horatio Lloyd Gates, general in the American Revolution
Christopher Lloyd, American actor and writer

Pop Culture References for the Name Lloyd

Lloyd Lowery, character on TV's "Breakout Kings"
Lloyd Braun, character on TV's "Seinfeld"
Lloyd, a main character from the video game MOTHER
Lloyd Dobler, main character in movie "Say Anything"
Lloyd P. Nebulon, main character in animated series "Lloyd in Space"
Lloyd Garmadon, green ninja from animated series "Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu"
Lloyd Irving, main character from the video game Tales of Symphonia
Lloyd Christmas, main character from movie "Dumb and Dumber"
Lloyd's of London, British insurance firm

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