Stok

Stok meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: English
Usage: English
Meaning: From the Tree Stump
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Stok largely is used in English, meaning of Stok is "From the Tree Stump" aimed at boys is of English origin.

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Popularity of Stok

Stok is a rare name around the world. According to our evaluation, over 30 babies have been named Stok globally.

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Practice solitude and learn to survive on your own. Even if you help people fight their battles, you prefer to fight yours on your own. The letter S as your cornerstone reveals your wish to leave your mark in the world. Facing what you've been through and allowing yourself to grieve over is the only way to fight the numbness within you. You get distant and eventually lose contact with the person because of an obstacle that didn't exist.

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    Stokely Chaffin in I Know What You Did Last Summer as Producer

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