What does Barclay mean?
Place name for Berkeley in Gloucestershire, and transferred use of the the Scottish surname, which was taken to Scotland in the 12th century by Walter de Berchelai, who became chamberlain of Scotland in 1165. His descendants became one of the most powerful families in Scotland. This form is most popular in Scotland; Berkeley is more common elsewhere. Barclays is the name of one of the biggest banks in Britain. Basketball player Charles Barkley.
Affiliated boy name: Barker.
Barclay has 1 more relation via Barkley, Berkeley: Birkley.Kreatif forms:
(male) Braclay, Bryclay, ..
(female) Barcia, Barley, ..
How popular is Barclay?
Barclay is an unusual given name for men but a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#2965 out of 150436, Top 2%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is an analysis of the statistics of Barclay and related names. Bartley and Berkley are the prominent varying forms of Barclay (outside Top 2000). These forms of Barclay reached the peak of their popularity a century ago. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Suggested similar names are Bailby (see Balbo), Bailey▼, Baily, Bala, Baley, Barak, Baram, Barbar, Barlow, Barna, Barnaby, Barney▼, Barnham (see Barnum), Barny, Barra, Barrak, Barrat, Barrey, Barrlow (see Barlow), Barry▼, Bartalan, Bartle, Bartlet, Bartram, Baxley, Baxly, Bayley, Bayly, Birley, Birly, Bray, Briley, Brily (see Briley), Bryley (see Briley), Bryly (see Briley), Burley, Byrley, Fairlay, Farlay, Jaray, Laray and Maccray. These names tend to be more commonly used than Barclay.