What nationality is the last name gamble?

Is gamble an Irish name?

Gamble is a surname of English origin. It is the 943rd most common surname in the United Kingdom. Notable people with the surname include: Bobby Gamble, English-Irish cricketer.

Where does the surname gamble originate from?

English: from the Old Norse byname Gamall meaning ‘old’, which was occasionally used in North England during the Middle Ages as a personal name. Altered spelling of German Gambel.

How many people have the last name gamble?

Gamble Surname Distribution Map

Place Incidence Frequency
United States 43,881 1:8,260
England 8,095 1:6,883
Canada 4,661 1:7,905
Australia 3,330 1:8,107

Who is the Gamble family?

All of the Gamble family was there, as were John Gordon and long-term fieldworkers Edith Gates, Margaret Roots, Edna McKinnon, and Charles and Bernadine Zukoski, along with old friends Stuart and Emily Mudd.

What kind of last name is Dee?

English and Scottish: habitational name from a settlement on the banks of the river Dee in Cheshire or either of the rivers so named in Scotland. The origin of both of these is a Celtic word meaning ‘sacred’, ‘goddess’.

What are some Viking surnames?

According to Origins of English Surnames and A Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames: With Special American Instances, English surnames that have their source in the language of the Norse invaders include: Algar, Allgood, Collings, Copsey, Dowsing, Drabble, Eetelbum, Gamble, Goodman, Grave, Grime, Gunn, Hacon,

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