Definition of Forename. Meaning of Forename. Synonyms of Forename

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Definition of Forename

Forename
Forename Fore"name`, n. A name that precedes the family name or surname; a first name. --Selden.
Forename
Forename Fore"name`, v. t. To name or mention before. --Shak.

Meaning of Forename from wikipedia

- A given name (also known as a first name, forename) is a part of a person's personal name. It identifies a person, and differentiates that person from...
- ("brown-haired") or forename (Brunhold) Krüger, occupation (innkeeper) Hofmann, occupation (steward or courtier) Hartmann, forename Lange, trait ("tall")...
- Anglicisation of the Irish clan name Mac Aodhagáin. It is also used as a forename in the United States. The name means "son (or descendant) of Aodhagán"...
- For English names in biology, see Common name English names are names used in, or originating in, England. In England as elsewhere in the English-speaking...
- Isis is a female first name. The initial po****rity of the name derived from its ****ociation with the goddess Isis of the Egyptian pantheon. Her strong...
- members to use the title of Sir for men and Dame for women before their forename. Most members are citizens of the United Kingdom or the Commonwealth realms...
- Arne is a common forename for males in Scandinavia. It also occurs as a surname in England. The name Arne originates from the old Norse word for "eagle"...
- Philibert may refer to the following people: Saint Philibert, also known as Philibert of Jumièges (c. 608 – 685), French saint and abbot Philibert de Naillac...
- born Ngaire Dawn Porter ("Nyree" is the phonetic spelling of her birth forename), was a New Zealand-born British stage, film and television actress. Porter...
- Middy may refer to: A middy blouse, an item of Sailor dress worn by girls and young women in the early twentieth century; The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway...
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