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Popularity of the Baby Name Grimoaldus

Number of Babies Named Grimoaldus

Born in the U.S. Since 1880

Posts that Mention the Name Grimoaldus

Grim Names for the Winter Solstice

Welcome to the shortest day of the year!

The lack of sunlight is making things seem pretty grim outside, so today let’s check out some “grim” baby names.

Here are a few we’ve talked about already:

  • The saint name Grimoaldus
  • The recent Idaho baby name Grimsley
  • The rejected Icelandic name Skallagrimur
  • The 2012 debut name Grimm
  • The early Boston name Grimstone
  • The ever-name Evergrim
  • The Domesday Book names Alfgrim, Arngrim, Fargrim, Grim, Grimbald, Grimbert, Grimkel, Grimulf, Hafgrim, Hundgrim, Kolgrim, Madalgrim, Moregrim, Mulagrim, Mylnugrim, Odhgrim, Ordgrim, Segrim, Steingrimr, Thorgrim and Ulfgrim

And here are 10 more rare-but-legit personal names with the word “grim” in them. All of these come from surnames:

  • Grimble
  • Grimley
  • Grimmer
  • Grimmett
  • Grimsby
  • Grimsey
  • Grimshaw
  • Grimstead
  • Grimward
  • Grimwood

Speaking of Grimwood…several successive generations of boys in the Death (or De’Ath) family of Suffolk, England, were named Grimwood — “Grimwood Death.” Grimmest name of them all, perhaps?

Do you know of any other good grim-names?

Ungodly Saint Names – Eustochium, Fronto, Smaragdus, Walburgis

While looking for male and female saint names that would appeal to parents, I discovered many names that belong at the other end of the spectrum.

But a post full of hundreds of horrible-yet-holy names? That would’ve taken up quite a bit of space. So I whittled it down to a few dozen:

Female Male
St. Austreberta
St. Begga
St. Burgundofara
St. Emerentiana
St. Eustochium
St. Exuperantia
St. Frideswide
St. Milburga
St. Monegundis
St. Perseveranda
St. Pharaildis
St. Praepedigna
St. Radegundis
St. Walburgis
St. Waltrude
St. Agathopodus
St. Ansgar
St. Aphthonius
St. Asclepiodotus
St. Barsanuphius
St. Chrodogangus
St. Clodulphus
St. Ctesiphon
St. Droctoveus
St. Ebrulfus
St. Erkembode
St. Ethbinus
St. Ethelwoldus
St. Flosculus
St. Fronto
St. Grimoaldus
St. Homobonus
St. Hormisdas (was a pope!)
St. Lupus
St. Mappalicus
St. Nonnosus
St. Paphnutius
St. Phlegon
St. Polyaenus
St. Quodvultdeus
St. Scubiculus
St. Smaragdus
St. Torquatus
St. Wallabonsus
St. Wandregisilus

Which would sound the most ridiculous on a modern American child, do you think?