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Meaning and Origin of: Merle girlboy

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First name origins & meanings:

  1. French: Blackbird
  2. English: From the march
  3. Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, Welsh: Sea; falcon; sea hill
  4. Irish: Bright sea
  5. French: Famous
  6. American: Able

First name variations: Merrill, Merla, Merl, Myrle, Meryl, Merlina, Myrlene, Merola, Myrie, Myryee, Myrle, Marland, Merral, Meril, Merrel, Meryl, Myrl, Myril, Merrick, Merton, Merlyn, Merrill, Marlin, Marlen, Marwin, Mervin, Merv, Merlin, Merl

Last name origins & meanings:

  1. German and French: nickname, possibly for a good or habitual singer or whistler, from Middle High German, Old French merle ‘blackbird’ (Latin merula). See Merlo.
  2. German: from a pet form of a short form of a personal name formed with German mar, mer ‘famous’ as the first element.
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