Rooseveldt meaning and origin
Rooseveldt has its origin in Dutch is used as a boy name. Rooseveldt is variant of unfading and prevailing Roosevelt. Roosevelt means Veld, Rose Field and Roose is rooted from Dutch is used in English.
Variants of RooseveldtNames that rhyme with Rooseveldt
Popularity of Rooseveldt
Rooseveldt is an uncommon name around the world.
Numerological aspects of Rooseveldt
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- Britt - Dominantly used in Danish, Finnish and Icelandic long standing and preeminent, Britt is rooted from Celtic and Old English, meaning of Britt is "The Exalted One or Sublime" is used for both genders
Namesakes of Rooseveldt
We could not find any notable namesake.