People have been naming their kids ‘White’ for centuries. The name has a lot of different meanings, some of which are positive and others that are less than desirable. Some people may be attracted to the name because they know it means ‘pure,’ while others might think it’s a cool way to pay tribute to one of America’s favorite brands. Whatever the reason, there is no denying that White seems to be an appealing choice for many parents looking for a name with meaning.
It’s been in the top 100 most popular names for decades.
The name has ancient roots that date back to old Celtic and Germanic traditions.
Numerous people throughout history have had this as a surname, including Bob White (the Australian birdwatcher) and Albert Einstein.
Some of its meanings are negative – it implies ‘without colors,’ which can make clothes more expensive or harder to find; also means ‘dull’ or ‘pale.’ It is also linked with racial stereotypes about white supremacy groups such as the KK (Ku Klux Klan). There were two US politicians named James K. Polk who served during different times: one was president from 1845-1849 while the other was governor of Tennessee from 1839-1841. You might also like to explore names that mean ‘pure,’ ‘clear’ and ‘innocent.’ You could also be interested in the name Grace, which is a feminine version of the word meaning white or bright and can sometimes refer to Christ as he appeared when resurrected: radiant with light. A person’s last name may have equal importance for them – such as Whitehorse (which means “high horse”) often used by Native Americans who are First Nations peoples in Canada. It refers to someone whose ancestors were members of one tribe before they moved onto another area under treaty agreements or land allotments so there would always be some people left behind while others move