Anchor name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Boy
Origin: English, Germanic and Old Greek
Usage: English
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Anchor a-nchor
Meaning: Eagle and Man
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What does Anchor mean?

New and Rare Anchor is used especially in English is originated from Germanic and English is a boy name. Anchor is variant of renowned Anker. Anker is variant form of acclaimed and modernistic Anchor.

Also Anker is version of biblical, durable and lofty Andrew. Anker is Danish cognate of Ankarl. Anker means Eagle and Man is originated from Old Greek and Germanic.

How do I pronounce Anchor?

The proper pronunciation of two syllabled Anchor is a-nchor. Some people pronounce it as an-chor.

Variants of Anchor

Ancher, Anker, Andrew, Ankarl, Adnrew, Andra, Andrewjacob, Andreas

Middle Names for Anchor

Urie, Rage, Bastian, Rjay, Jeen, Can, view more middle names that goes with Anchor

How popular is the name Anchor?

Anchor is an uncommon baby name in United States still in use today. Anchor is a common name in China while somewhat familiar name in Hong Kong, Taiwan and India. At least, 2000 people globally have been given the name as per our findings.

View more ▾[1] Source: Social Security Administration


What numerology tells about Anchor?

Your weird habit of enjoying melancholy helps you express more creatively and develop into a better version of yourself. Allow yourself to think more freely. You want to be surrounded by great minds that talk about ideas, achievements and changing the world. You are not like other people. You can't get used to a boring life and monotony. You are a walking motivation and inspire people to take control over their lives and make the best of themselves.

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Sibling Names for Anchor

If you're looking for a unique and strong name for your new baby, look no further than "Anchor"! To complement this bold choice, we've put together a list of sibling names that will perfectly complement your little one's moniker. Whether you're looking for traditional or modern options, these names are sure to inspire.

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Famous people named Anchor

  • Anchor & Braille, recording alias for American singer and songwriter Stephen Christian


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