Radforde meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old English, Scottish and Gaelic
Meaning: From the Red Ford
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Radforde is variant form of illustrous and enduring Radford. Radford is version of Redford. Radford's meaning is From the Red Ford is chiefly used in English is originated from Gaelic, Scottish and Old English.

Variants of Radforde

Radford, Redford, Radd, Ford, Radburn, Radcliff

Names that rhyme with Radforde

Popularity of Radforde

Radforde is an extremely rare name around the globe.


Here's what numbers has to say about Radforde

If letter E is your capstone, it reveals your dominant character. You believe that all living beings on this earth were born to enjoy and not kill ourselves from work to survive. Overcoming obstacles is your thing. You are probably well aware of your dependence on others. You often make other feel like they are better than you in order to make them feel good about themselves. You are radiant and people find it comfortable around you.

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