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This has been the surname of the royal family of England since 1917.

Rather, the royal family of the United Kingdom. Just a nitpick. :-)
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― Anonymous User  4/30/2006
I think this is more feminine than masculine.
Surreal  1/6/2007
There is also a place in England called Windsor and Windsor Castle. A beautiful place in my opinon. I'm suprised with the amount of "Asia" and "China" "Ireland" and "Princess" about this name hasn't got more popular.
― Anonymous User  1/25/2007
Gah, how pretentious! Brits would not use this name on their child, as the child would be laughed at, and so would the parents. But in America, this name would be pretentious. Elitist and snobby in America, ridiculous in Britain. Not good.
slight night shiver  5/13/2008
I love rare names, and I think this is a lovely first name for a girl. I know a girl named Windsor, and she is a really lovely girl, very friendly, not uppity or anything like the impressions that some people here seem to get from the name. She is tall, has dark hair, and is a really beautiful dancer, and is the kind of person you want to be around all the time. I could see myself naming a girl Windsor.
Firiel  6/11/2010
I live in a city called Windsor. It's in Ontario, borderline to Detroit. It is best known for its pollution, unemployment among Ford/Chrysler workers and its brewing plant that makes the east side smell like yeast (Hiram Walker's). People from around here make jokes about "Windsor air" causing cancer and "Windsor water" causing mutations. Actually, these jokes aren't far from true, statistically your chances of cancer raise significantly with living here.
― Anonymous User  8/11/2010
The artist Thomas Kinkade has a daughter named Winsor.
― Anonymous User  1/7/2011
It is also used as a feminine name. [noted -ed]
ammphenix99  12/5/2017

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