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Information About the Name

Anderson is the 11th most popular last name in the United States. Frequency = 0.311%. Percentile = 5.934.
Kenneth is the 17th most popular male first name in the United States. Frequency = 0.826%. Percentile = 29.766.
Kenneth is the 2,584th most popular female first name in the United States. Frequency = 0.002%. Percentile = 87.811. Ken is the 265th most popular male first name in the United States. Frequency = 0.055%. Percentile = 76.991.
Kenny is the 324th most popular male first name in the United States. Frequency = 0.034%. Percentile = 79.742.
Kennith is the 804th most popular male first name in the United States. Frequency = 0.007%. Percentile = 87.967.
Keneth is the 1,194th most popular male first name in the United States. Frequency = 0.004%. Percentile = 89.950.
-- Source: 2000 U.S. Census

Kenneth was the 54th most popular male baby name in 1990.
Kenneth was the 94th most popular male baby name in 2001.
Kenny was the 420th most popular male baby name in 1990.
Kenny was the 461st most popular male baby name in 2001.
-- Source: Social Security Name Distribution Data

Kenneth means "handsome" from the Gaelic coinneach, or "born of fire" from the Gaelic cinaed.

Anderson owes its 11th place position to the popularity of the name "Andrew" in England, Scotland, and in the Scandinavian countries. Andrew (man) was the first of the disciples called by Jesus, and was a revered name due to its Christian influences through medieval times. St. Andrew is the patron saint of both Scotland and Russia.

Patronymic surnames are names used to describe a man by using his father's name. "Anderson" stems from a person being described as Ander's son. The name takes different forms in different countries.

Sweden = Andersson or Anderssen. Upon emigrating to America, they eliminated the extra "S".
Norway = Andresen, Anders, or Enders.
France = Andre, with an accent above the ending letter.
Scotland = Andrews or McAndrew.
Ireland = McAndrew.
Italy = D'Andrea.
Poland = Andrzedewski.
Ukraine = Andrijenko.
Czechoslovakia = Andrus.

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