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Top Names That Mean Bailiff

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GraysonHeart

  • Origin:

    English
  • Meaning:

    "the son of the bailiff"
  • Description:

    Grayson, which you might think of as a Jason-Mason substitute, is on the fast track. Though--you may be surprised to know--Grayson has been in the Top 1000 since 1984, it is now more popular than ever, and is rising.

BaileyHeart

  • Origin:

    Occupational name
  • Meaning:

    "law enforcer, bailiff"
  • Description:

    Bailey -- a jaunty surname -- was first used for a female TV character in 1978 in the show WKRP in Cincinnaati, then caught on big time. Bailey's still an appealing choice, though, and a celebrity fave. Parents of daughters named Bailey include Scot Baio and Stella McCartney.

BayleeHeart

  • Origin:

    Spelling variation of occupational name Bailey
  • Meaning:

    "law enforcer, bailiff"
  • Description:

    This Bailey variation is the second most popular spelling for girls, and while the -ee ending does make it more feminine, it feels more substantial in the original form. Bailee and Bayley are two other, less common alternatives.
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