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Ulysses S. Grant was not only the General of the Union Army during the American Civil War, but he was also the 18th President of the United States.
-- breakofday  3/10/2006
Famous bearer is Grant Nicholas of the band Feeder.
-- Nava  9/4/2006
Grant is a nice name for a boy. Strong, solid and easy to grow up with.
-- Anonymous User  9/4/2006
I really like this name. It's very strong and masculine.
-- Anonymous User  12/20/2006
Grant is a nice name, not too popular, but not too unusual either. It sounds original, but not too strange.
-- Emma McHnery  3/4/2007
Another famous Grant is actor Cary Grant, whom I adore.
-- KrisMichelle  8/8/2007
Grant, French, meaning Large or Great. GREAT's etymology means CREED. CREED's etymology is BELIEVE.
-- jaydubyo  10/5/2007
Grant Rosenkowitz and his brothers and sisters, Emma, Nicolette, David, Elizabeth, and Jason are the world's first surviving set of sextuplets, born on January 8, 1974 in South Africa.
-- Patricia Underwood  5/28/2008
Grant Wiggins is narrator of the book A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest Gaines.
-- bibi66  3/28/2009
The only Grant I know is six feet five inches tall, so he really suits the meaning of "large"! Not terrible but I don't think I'd use it.
-- Ranee  7/22/2009
American painter Grant Wood, whose most well known painting is American Gothic.
-- leylaellen  11/29/2009
One of my closest friends is called this. My impression of this name is somebody who is strong, assertive, but still loves to have fun... at least that's what he is anyways. All in all, a great name.
-- Chrila96  9/11/2010
Grant Imahara is an electrical engineer, radio control expert, and a host on Discovery Channel's "MythBusters."
-- Dawson  12/26/2010
Famous bearer: comic book writer Grant Morrison.
-- Anonymous User  3/4/2011
My brother's name is Grant! :)
It's not bad. But I hate it when people say "Gran-t", it's pronounced "Grah-nt".
-- KatieRose  4/21/2011
Great name. Not too popular, but not unheard of. Not childish, but not dated. It's a very strong name that will suit all ages well. Plus, there's really no way for anyone to get "kre8tiv" and butcher the spelling!
-- Oohvintage  4/28/2013

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