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Gender: Male Meaning of Miller: "grinder of grain" Origin of Miller: English occupational name Miller's Popularity in 2018: #871

Miller Origin and Meaning

The name Miller is a boy's name of English origin meaning "grinder of grain".

Miller is an up-and-coming choice in the stylish occupational genre, chosen by Stella McCartney, Melissa Etheridge, and by Tea Leoni and David Duchovny.

Though relatively rare as a first name, Miller is the seventh most common surname in America, so there are innumerable Miller namesakes, including writers Arthur and Henry, and entertainers Dennis, Glenn, Jonny Lee, Larry, Mitch, Roger, Steve, and Sienna. And in fiction, there's Henry James's heroine, Daisy Miller.

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Popularity

Rank in US: #871

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Famous People Named Miller

Pop Culture References for the name Miller

Millar, Myllar, Myller

Comments

oliviamcdonald Says:

2019-02-15T11:16:21

Mila?

Hermione Styles Says:

2018-07-18T18:15:44

At my church there is the cutest little boy named Miller. His 11 year older sister is named Maeghan. He is so cute and I love his name. Totally suits him.

indiefendi2 Says:

2015-01-07T03:33:16

I like it for a girl more than a boy, about 60/40. A cute route to Millie!

MaryKathryn Says:

2015-01-07T03:16:35

I don't have a problem with the name itself, its a great unisex name, but the people that I know who sport this name are not my kind of people. Therefore, I don't like this name because of the people I associate it with.

IvyRose Says:

2014-12-31T05:43:21

The only person I've ever heard of with Miller as a first name is Miller from Market Warriors whose a woman so I'm surprised there isn't a girls entry for this as well. There's nothing about this name that lends it more to one gender or the other.