What does Manchester mean?
Manchester [man-ches-ter] as a boys' name is of Old English origin. Place name: a city in northern England whose Latin name was Mancunium. In the 19th century, Manchester was a major city in the production of cotton fabric.
(male) Marchester, ..
(female) Mancheste, ..
How popular is Manchester?
Manchester is an uncommon given name for males but a very popular last name for both adults and children (#6205 out of 150436, Top 4%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is the birth name history of Manchester for boys. Manchester has yet to be listed in the Top 2000 thus far. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Suggested similar names are Alester, Ancher, Batcheler, Batcheller, Carpenter, Caster, Chester▼, Fester, Forester, Forrester, Kester, Lancaster, Lancester, Lanchester, Lankester (see Lancaster), Leicester, Lester▼, Macalister, Macallister, Macgee, Macghee (see Magee), Machen, Machenry, Machent, Mackensie, Madesto (see Modesto), Mahesh, Maither, Malchior, Manases, Manasseh, Manheim, Mannheim, Mansel, Mansoor, Mansour, Mansur, Manten (see Manton), Markeese, Markese, Marsten, Mather, Matther, Mayeer, Mcalister, Mcallister, Michele, Michelet, Minster, Muneer, Naheer, Nester, Rochester, Silvester, Sylvester▼, Taheer, Vester and Zaheer. These names tend to be more commonly used than Manchester.