Coleman name meaning

Updated: March 13th, 2024
Gender: Boy
Origin: Latin
Usage: English and Irish
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Coleman c(o)-le-man
Meaning: Dark Skinned, Charcoal Burner, Follower of Nicholas, Dove and Peace
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What does Coleman mean?

Persistent and Predominant Coleman commonly is used in Irish and English aimed at both genders. Its origin is in Latin, meaning of Coleman is "Dark Skinned, Charcoal Burner, Follower of Nicholas, Dove or Peace".

Coleman is variation of biblical Colman. Colman means Dove, Follower of Nicholas and Little is used predominantly in English and Irish has its origin in Latin.

How do I pronounce Coleman?

The three syllabled name Coleman is commonly pronounced as c(o)-le-man.

Variants of Coleman

Columbanus, Colman

Names that rhyme with Coleman

How popular is the name Coleman?

Coleman used to be a common name in United States, first appeared in 1880 and over 16406 babies have been given the name in 144 years. When at its peak in 1903,.

However after 144 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts but it is still going strong. In addition to that, the moniker has been in Coleman is an uncommon baby name in Ireland, even after 24 years of presence it could not make beyond the top 200.

Over 127 babies in Ireland have been named Coleman.

Also, Coleman is a familiar name in Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Canada and Liberia. According to our findings, over 10000 babies have been named Coleman globally.

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Numerological analysis of Coleman

With time, people who don't belong near you, walk away. You are the peacemaker in your society. You get disappointed when you realize that most people worry more about social appearances rather than personal growth. You always hope your intuition is wrong and give people a chance to earn your trust. To have number 3 as your soul urge number reveals the creative side of your personality. You are a humanitarian with a higher purpose in life. And that is to help others.

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  •  Margie - Especially used in Finnish and Norwegian durable and dominant, Margie aimed at both boys and girls, meaning of Margie is "The Pearl" is originated from Old Greek and Latin
  •  Sklaer - Used dominantly in Breton, Sklaer is rooted from Latin, Sklaer means "Clarity"
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Sibling Names for Coleman

If you're considering the name Coleman for your baby boy, you might be wondering what other names would pair well with it for future siblings. We've curated a list of some great options that flow nicely with Coleman and inspire a cohesive theme among siblings. Check out these names that are equally unique and timeless!

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Famous people named Coleman

  • Coleman Parsons, scholar, author and professor of literature
  • Coleman Carroll, American clergyman of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Coleman Young, American politician
  • Coleman Hawkins, American jazz tenor saxophonist
  • Coleman Francis, American actor, writer, producer, and director
  • Coleman Livingston Blease, South Carolina politician
  • Coleman Barks, American poet
  • Coleman Charlton, was one of the founders of Iron Crown Enterprises
  • Coleman Young II, Democratic member of the Michigan Senate, representing the 1st District, which includes the municipalities of Ecorse, Gibraltar, River Rouge, Riverview
  • Coleman Bell, former American football tight end
  • Coleman Rudolph, former player in the NFL
  • Coleman Hough in Full Frontal as Writer

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