What does Potter mean?
Associated with: famous.
(male) Pater, Poter, ..
(female) Potera, Potper, .. Middle name pairings:
Potter Sabastian (P.S.), ..
How popular is Potter?
Potter is an uncommonly occurring first name for men but a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#413 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Potter has not been ranked in the list so far. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Potter is pronounced similarly to Petar, Peter▼, Petre and Pieter. Other recommended names are Altaer, Alter, Arther▼, Baxter, Bonner, Booker▼, Buster▼, Butler, Buttler, Carter▲, Colier, Colter, Conner, Coster, Cotten, Dieter, Forster, Foster▼, Gomer, Gower, Gunter, Hooker, Hooper, Joiner, Joyner, Kester, Konner, Lother, Louther, Mather, Nester, Packer, Palmer, Parker▲, Paten, Patten, Pattin, Patty, Paxten, Peder, Pepper, Per, Pete▼, Petr, Petuel, Piotr, Piper, Pitney, Pittney (see Pitney), Pollerd (see Pollard), Pompeo, Pompey, Ponce, Poriel, Porter▲, Powel, Prockter, Procter, Proctor, Pyotr, Ritter, Rodger▼, Rover, Royer, Rutger, Slater, Sommer, Topher, Tower, Uther and Volker. These names tend to be more frequently used than Potter.See names in meaning and etymology.