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Wallace is also the name of the inventor in Aardmans work called Wallace and Gromit.
Gromit22  10/18/2005
I hate this name. It is my brother's middle name, and just sounds terrible. Although, I like it as a surname.
Emmasj  9/18/2006
Wallace is the name of Veronica's friend on Veronica Mars.
― Anonymous User  11/5/2006
Wallace Beery, American actor, brother of Noah Beery Sr.
Kosta  12/27/2007
This is a good name, but it wouldn't sound right on a kid.
― Anonymous User  8/30/2010
Wallace is one half of the dynamic duo, "Wallace and Gromit": a clamation series created by Aardman. Wallace is the wacky inventor who loves cheese, and Gromit is his practical and loyal dog. I felt the need to clarify from the above comment :)
JW41926  4/21/2011
Reminds me of Wallace and Gromit :-)
Joy12  6/8/2011
When I think of this name, I think of the blue-haired, flamboyantly gay Pokemon gym leader named Wallace. I went to school with a guy who has this as his middle name, but it's not like he looks like a teenager anyways.
CrystalGlacia  6/20/2011
This is a simple-sounding name. I have a character in one of my stories named Wallace.
Kinola  12/6/2011
Wallace Reid (b. April 15, 1891) was a silent film star and a famous bearer, though his birth name was William Wallace Reid. He was one of the most popular leading men of the 1910s and early 1920s, but after a 1919 accident he became addicted to morphine, leading to his early demise in 1923.
sunshinechild67  5/15/2012
The name Wallace was given to 102 baby boys born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/19/2013
Wallace Henry Hartley (June 2nd 1878 - April 15th 1912) was the band master on the RMS Titanic, and famously went down playing 'Nearer My God to Thee'.
KarenAurora  6/8/2014
I like this name. It is simple and different but not overwhelming or ugly.
lilpimpteller  5/22/2015
The name Wallace was given to 153 boys born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/22/2016
Wallace, although derivative of the name 'Wales' the meaning of the name Wallace is 'Of Wales' or 'Welshman', William Wallace himself was of Welsh descent, hence his surname. So the surname is both Welsh & Scottish but of English spelling.
welshman  2/26/2017
In Portuguese it is also written as Uólace.
― Anonymous User  6/16/2017

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