Fraser
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Fraser isn't too bad of a boy's name. It makes me think of a studious man.
-- Anonymous User  4/26/2006
It sounds a bit pretentious and harsh as a first name.
-- slight night shiver  5/25/2008
Elizabeth Fraser from the Cocteau Twins is a famous bearer of the surname. She has one of the most beautiful voices in musical history.
-- slight night shiver  5/25/2008
The name has popularly been associated with the French 'fraise' - strawberry, and the original forms Fresel and Friselle were probably altered by this association. The Gaelic form is Friseal.

Beware, several less reputable baby name sources have the strawberry derivation.
-- reniannen17  7/16/2008
Fraser has also been used as a female name.
-- Anonymous User  3/2/2011
I read somewhere that it means "guardian of the woods". I think that's a great meaning although I haven't been able to find it since!
-- ecoemma  5/2/2014
Frazer Hines played Second Doctor companion Jamie McCrimmon.
-- VoraLundar  6/17/2014
Dr. Frasier Crane (played by Kelsey Grammer), from the TV shows "Cheers" and later "Frasier," is a famous bearer.
-- erb816  9/25/2014
Fraser Doherty MBE is a Scottish entrepreneur from Edinburgh. He is the founder of SuperJam, Envelope Coffee, and co-founder of Beer52. He is also director of the registered Scottish charity, The SuperJam Tea Parties.
-- cutenose  1/13/2017
James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser, the infamous red headed Scot from the Outlander series.
-- Missy  5/3/2017

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