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Gender: M Meaning of Bradley: "wide meadow" Origin of Bradley: English Bradley's Popularity in 2016: #198

An English surname name, Bradley has a long history, dating way back to at least 1086, but as a first name it actually succeeded in the US before it reached England--though Dickens used it in his novel Our Mutual Friend. Bradley hit the Top 100 list in this country in 1960, when it was seen as ultra cool, with the ultra cool nickname Brad, and it is still Number 198. The appeal of hot actor Bradley Cooper could push it even further upwards.

Famous People Named Bradley

Bradley Charles Cooper, American actor
Bradley "Brad" Sherwood, American comedian
Bradley Kenneth "Brad" Roberts, Canadian singer
Bradley James, English actor
Bradley William "Brad" Simpson, lead singer of British band The Vamps
Bradley Steven Perry, American actor
Bradley Marc Wiggins, English cyclist
Bradley Joseph, American composer
Bradley James Nowell, American former lead singer of band Sublime
William Bradley "Brad" Pitt, American actor
Bradley "Brad" Colburn aka TheRadBrad, American YouTuber
Bradley Gilvin Bates, son of Zach Bates of reality TV show Bringing Up Bates

Pop Culture References for the name Bradley

Bradley Michaels, main character in short story "Almighty" by author Justine Avery

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