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2 Bailiff names and what they mean, for bailiff for baby boys, listing 1-2.
Bailey .. (Old English) "Bailiff." .. Occupational name: in the Middle Ages, a bailiff was a minor official of the law.
Reeve .. (Middle English) "Bailiff." ..
Bailey and Reeve are rare names. (2000 U.S. Census)
Edwin .. Attorney General Edwin Meese III.
Brett .. Baseball players Brett Butler, and Brett Saberhagen ..
Ahab .. Literary: the mad sea captain in Herman Melville's novel "Moby Dick".
Bowie .. Former baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn.
Sexton .. (Middle English) "Church custodian." ..
Campion .. A fictional detective, Albert Campion, features in the popular murder mysteries of Margery Allingham.
Bert .. Its popularity among show-business types of a certain age (Miss America emcee Bert Parks; actors Burt Lancaster, Burt Reynolds) gives it a jaunty, masculine connotation.
Welborne .. (Old English) "Spring-fed stream." ..
Abelard .. Her uncle and guardian had him emasculated, even though he married Heloise ..
Buell .. Use of surnames like Buell, Buford, and Beauregard as given names come from the custom of naming sons after commanding officers during and after the American Civil War ..
Cai .. The name of King Arthur's seneschal, Sir Kay ..
Wyatt .. Wild West Sheriff Wyatt Earp.
Ellair .. Occupational name from Gaelic Ceallair, a name for a butler or a steward, referring to someone with a cellar.
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