US Popularity:4957
Meaning:Broad, thickset
Bass is a musical masculine moniker with French roots. Originally a surname, Bass comes from the Old French term basse, translating to “broad” and “thickset,” which traces back to the Latin term bassus. This is possibly derived from a nickname for someone short in stature or with a low social status. Today, when you hear the word bass, images of guitars, drums, and low-voiced singers come to mind. Perhaps baby Bass will be a multi-talented performer, wowing crowds with husky, booming tones. But, if this dream doesn’t come true, baby can always rely on the deep love you’ll have for them.

Bass Name Popularity Data

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in 1937
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from 1935
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