Meredith

Derived from the Welsh names, Maredudd or Meredydd, that's been more popular for girls in English-speaking countries since the mid-1920s, but still a common name for boys in Wales and a place name in Australia and the U.S. It debuted in 1910 with its most popular period ranked among the top 200 from 1971 to 1992 influenced by actress and director Meredith Baxter, best known for her roles on the 1976 to 1980 television drama, "Family," and the 1982 to 1989 sitcom, "Family Ties." Recently inspired by "Meredith Grey," a fictional character from the popular television series, "Grey's Anatomy" and Meredith Vieira, an Emmy Award-winning television personality and journalist who co-hosts NBC's "Today." , Protector From The Sea

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