Famously the surname of a world-renowned spy that goes by James, Bond’s distinctiveness shines brighter as a personal name. This masculine title comes from two possible origins: the Old English bonda and the German bonde. The Norman Conquest of 1066 brought the name from mainland Europe to England, where it branched into many variations, like Bondi and Bunde. Meaning “farmer,” Bond was once reserved for those who lived off the land and provided food for the many. And while Bond has its firm association with 007, there’s no doubt baby has what it takes to make the name wholeheartedly their own.
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