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Gender: Male Origin of Field: Nature name

Field Origin and Meaning

The name Field is a boy's name .

More unusual than Forest or Forrest, Field is a nature name that is simple, evocative, and fresh--sort of the male equivalent of Meadow.

Field and Fields are both relatively common surnames, noted bearers including department store owner Marshall Field, poet Eugene Field (Wynken, Blynken and Nod) and actress Sally. Those with the plural include W.C. Fields, cookie company founder Debbi, and entertainers Gracie and Kim Fields.

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athenamay24 Says:

2015-09-29T21:37:16

The description of the name says that Field could be considered the guy version of Meadow. I just thought that Field and Meadow sounds like some of the crazy things a parent of boy/girl twins would name their kids. I don't have a real problem with it, I'd just never do it. Fisher and Hunter (both of which I really like) sound kinda, I don't know, forced to me when they're put together as a sibset, just like Field and Meadow, so I mentioned them. I didn't mean to offend anybody.

southern.maple Says:

2015-09-28T22:53:10

Who said anything about twins named Field and Meadow or Fisher and Hunter? I don't understand this comment.

athenamay24 Says:

2015-09-28T22:01:11

Can you imagine? A little set of twins named Field and Meadow. That's almost as bad as Fisher and Hunter. Not my taste.

Zelliew Says:

2015-06-19T10:36:13

Both Field & Meadow are stretching the boundaries for me