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11 Swampy names and what they mean, for swampy, moorish for baby boys, listing 1-11.
Amaury Variant of Maurice (Latin) "dark-skinned, moorish".
Carr .. (Scandinavian) "From the swampy place.."
Carvell .. (Old French) "Swampy dwelling." ..
Karr Variant of Carr (Scandinavian) "from the swampy place".
Kerr .. (Scandinavian) "The swampy place."
Marsden .. (Old English) "Swampy valley." ..
Maurice .. (Latin) "Dark-skinned, Moorish." ..
Moreland .. A moor is a large, rolling expanse of swampy, infertile, and wild land.
Morris Anglicization of Maurice (Latin) "dark-skinned, Moorish" ..
Moses .. Moses ben Maimon (12th century), also known as Maimonides, was a Jewish scholar born in Moorish Spain ..
Reed .. Variant of Red, or possibly a place name referring to the reeds in a swampy place.
Maurice, Morris, Moses and Reed are commonly used names, while Amaury, Carr, Carvell, Karr, Kerr, Marsden and Moreland are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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