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Gender: M Meaning of Bellamy: "fine friend" Origin of Bellamy: English and Irish from French

Bellamy is a surname name with an admirable meaning and upbeat rhythm. A unisex spin on the popular Belle names for girls, Bellamy works as well for either gender though the plethora of little Isabellas and Annabelles might make it feel more female. It was heard as the name of a little girl on a Bravo reality series.

Famous People Named Bellamy

Bellamy Storer, father and son U.S. Congressmen from Ohio
William "Bill" Bellamy, American actor/comedian
Matthew James Bellamy, lead singer of British band Muse
Samuel "Black Sam" Bellamy, English pirate
David and Homer Bellamy, musicians of country music duo The Bellamy Brothers
Edward Bellamy, American author of the 20th century utopian novel 'Looking Backward.'

Pop Culture References for the name Bellamy

Bellamy Blake, main character on TV's "The 100"
Bellamy the Hyena, character on anime "One Piece"
Simon Bellamy, character on the tv show 'Misfits"
Paul Bellamy, main character in 2008 French film "Bellamy"
Steve Bellamy, main character in Australian TV series "Bellamy"
"Bel Ami," novel by Guy de Maupassant

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