Cornell meaning and origin
The prevalent and venerable unisex name Cornell has its origin in Latin and Old French and is used notably in German, French and English languages, Cornell means "Horn". Cornell is variant form of frequently used, virtuous and immutable Cornelius. Cornelius is derived from Corneille. Of Latin origin, Customary and Conifer Cornelius, Cornelius means "Raven and Horned".
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Popularity of Cornell
Cornell used to be a common name in United States, first appeared in 1890 and over 11494 babies have been given the name in 163 years. When at the peak of its usage in 1952,. However after 163 years, the name is currently sliding down on the charts. Moreover, the given name has been to Cornell is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales still in use today. Also, Cornell is a familiar name in South Africa, Canada and Germany. At least, 10000 people globally have carried Cornell as their given name according to our estimate.
Cornell in Nordic countries
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What numerology tells about Cornell?
Not being focused on building an impressive career doesn't mean you should stay uneducated and blind. You have to put your mind to realize your dream, plan each step on the way carefully and precisely, and don't stop trying until you do it. Stick to your beliefs and hang out with people who boost your confidence and encourage you to do more. Practice solitude and learn to survive on your own. You wish to live someplace quiet surrounded by nature and animals like the mountains. You dream of spending your last days in a place like this. But for now, focus on today.
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- Brut is used prevalently in English is a boy name, Brut means "Coarse Oafish" has origin in Latin. Brut is short version of Brutus.
- Lonell - Lonell's meaning is Young Lion is dominantly used in English has its roots in Latin is aimed at both sexes
- Charmène means Bright Red has origin in Latin
- Marinella - Marinella's meaning is Of the Sea or Sailor of the Sea is majorly used in Swedish, Danish and Finnish and is bestowed upon girls has origin in Latin
Namesakes of Cornell
- Cornell Mayer, radio astronomer
- Cornell MacNeil, American operatic baritone
- Cornell Woolrich,
- Cornell Dupree, American jazz and R&B guitarist
- Cornell Glen, Trinidadian professional footballer
- Cornell University Glee Club, oldest student organization at Cornell University
- Cornell Brown, linebacker
- Cornell University Press, division of Cornell University housed
- Cornell Green, former American football player
- Cornell Capa, Hungarian American photographer
- Cornell University Chorus, was founded in 1920
- Cornell A. Wilson Jr., Cornell A. Wilson Jr
- Cornell Gunter, American rhythm and blues singer
- Cornell Green, former American football offensive tackle
- Cornell Webster, former professional American football player
- Cornell Warner, American former professional basketball player
- Cornell Borchers in The Divided Heart as Actress
- Actor Cornell John, renowned for movie Jack the Giant Slayer
- Cornell S. Thomas, from 2004 drama and mystery movie Strange Fruit, who characterized Henchman #1.
- In 2007 drama movie, His Dream, His Nightmare, Cornell Ford played Lester.