Melrose: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Melrose

Melrose

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Comments and insights on the name Melrose: | Edit

I absolutely love unique, but sophisticated names! Im tired of seeing the trendy names, there is a lack of variation, information and creativity on the baby name sites.

Personal experiences with the name Melrose: | Edit

I LOVE IT! It is one of my personal favorites, and what I plan on naming my child, along with: Heidi and Bethenny.

Nicknames for Melrose: | Edit

Mel, Mellie, Ellie, Rose, Rosie

Meanings and history of the name Melrose: | Edit

Scottish name which means the bald moor (treeless hill). Possibly Pictish. Also the name of a famous Cathedral (and town) in the lowlands of Scotland where legend has it that the heart of Robert the Bruce is buried.

Famous real-life people named Melrose: | Edit

Mel Rose, aka Melrose (nee Melissa Rose Bickerstaff), American fashion model and runner-up on America's Next Top Model, Cycle 7
Melrose Kai-Banya, ambassador of the Republic of Sierra Leone to the Russian Federation
Barry Melrose, former head coach of the National Hockey League's Tampa Bay Lightning & Los Angeles Kings
Charles James Melrose (1913-1936), an Australian aviator and holder of early flight records between Australia and other countries

Melrose in song, story & screen: | Edit

used for various Broadway plays

There was an american soap-opera named "Melrose Place" in the 90s.

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