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Stuart looks better.
I like it better then Stuart right now.
Having been named STEWART (without the option of a middle name) some 73 years ago, when my contemporaries at school were being named John, James, Fred, Albert, Phillip, etc., and thereby being called 'STEWPOT' did little to endear my parents (Russian and Polish) name choice to me. That is...until the arrival of the series '77 Sunset Strip', causing my forename (at that time, known universally as a 'Christian Name' before political correctness)... to become very cool... but then, my heart went out to him having been blessed with the name Ephraim Zimbalist Junior.

I have now retired to Spain, where they have the most difficult time in pronouncing my name, since Castillian, the main language of the peninsula, requires an 'E' before any word commencing with the letters 'ST... or...SP', hence Espana, estupendo, Estefan, ad nauseum. Consequently, when providing my name to administrative personnel, hotel staff, estate agents, or any Spaniard, I have to suffix my name with...'As in Rod Stewart' which lights up the Hispanic light bulb.

Its origin is very Scottish, there being an entire Clan, with its own kilt design; the Royal Stewart... the head of the Clan being none other than HM Queen Elizabeth II. There are various other less known Stewart Clans.

If there is one version I particularly detest, it is the name STEWIE...attributed to that noxious little gobshite on a cartoon show.

Felt mindful of mentioning all this to the world at large before my encounter with my alleged Maker.

STUART is the English adaptation... as in the earlier English Royal families.

Fond regards to all from sunny Spain.
According to howmanyofme.com, there are 42 people in the U.S. named Stewart Stewart, 10 named Stuart Stuart, 5 named Stewart Stuart and 84 named Stuart Stewart!
A bratty character on MADTV was named Stewart. His mother, portrayed by Mo Collins used to scream "STUUHHHRT".
Can only think of Stewart little.
'Stew' art.
Stewart Murray Wilson was born and raised in Timaru, New Zealand. During his 20s he lived in Sydney before moving to Blenheim, New Zealand. He is known publicly for serious sexual offenses, including offenses against children. He has served 18 years in prison. In September 2012 he was released on parole with the most stringent release conditions ever imposed on a person in New Zealand. These included that he would be required to live in a house on the grounds of the Wanganui prison – which led to public outrage from local citizens and the Wanganui City Council. Wilson was recalled to jail in February 2013 after he allegedly made a phone call to someone he was not allowed to contact.
This name holds a special place in my heart; it's the name of my maternal grandfather and his son/my uncle, who very unfortunately passed away when I was a little kid.
The name Stewart was given to 54 boys born in the US in 2015.
Um excuse me but I'm a handsome Stewart family type of guy now do not make fun of us or we will kill you!
I never liked this name. It sounds ugly to me, and this is the worse spelling of it. I can't picture this name on a good-looking guy.
Stewart's is an American convenience store.

Also, Stewart Ackerly is a minor Harry Potter character. He started at Hogwarts in Harry's fourth year and is a Ravenclaw.
The drummer for the Police is Stewart Copeland.
On Family Guy, Stewie Griffin's full name is Stewart Gilligan Griffin. Stewie is an infant who wants to kill his mother and take over the world.
I have also seen that this name has Scottish origins.
This name doesn't have Scottish etymological origins and is purely of Old English derivation. It developed associations with Scotland, however, because the Scottish royal family had the surname 'Stuart'.
Great name, also makes a good middle name.
Jimmy Stewart was a wonderful actor in many movies including "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington."

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