Bertram is a word of English origin meaning descendant of Bertram (bright raven).
Hamilton (English, Scottish origins) 1) One who came from Hambleton (bare or treeless hill) 2) The name of several villages in England 3) One who lived at Hamela's farm or enclosure
Cobb (English origin) 1) One who came from Cobb (round reef, semicirular pier) in Dorset 2) Dwelter near roundish mass or lump 3) Descendant of Cobb 4) A pet form of Jacob meaning may God protect, the supplanter
Ryder (Welsh, English origins) mean the rider, the trooper, or a mounted guardian of a forest.
Sorbo are any of several old world tree related to apples or pears.
Sorbo is Italian for service tree or sorb apple tree.
Gordon is Old English meaning a dung pasture.
Gordon (Russian origin) 1) One who came from Grodno (fortified place) in Byelorussia
Gordon is a form of Gordius meaning a bold quick solution to a problem. Gordius meaning came from the Greek legend of Alexander the Great solution to King Phrygia knot problem. King Gordius of Phrygia tied a knot which could only be undone by the future master of Asia. When Alexander the Great was unable to untied Knot, he slashed the knot with his sword.
Michael (Hebrew origin) 1) Who is like God. 2) He is the archangle in the Bible closest to God and is the divine messager who carries out God's judgment.
Woolvett is a name from Anglo-Saxon words wulf and geat. Wulf meaning is wolf and geat meaning is gate. Therefore the meaning of Woolvett is wolf gate.
Original content (c) 2001 by Burton Craddock
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