Gender: Boy | Origin: Latin, Portuguese Popularity: Popular
An occupational surname for someone who carried goods. Famed 19th century short story writer, William Sydney Porter, whose pen name is O. Henry, is a bearer of the surname. Mainly used during the 19th century, but appears to be making a comeback.
Gender: Boy | Origin: Latin Popularity: Popular
Gender: Boy | Origin: Latin
Gender: Boy | Origin: Latin Popularity: Familiar
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