Other Origin(s):French
Chace is a masculine name that dates back to the ancient Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain and also has roots in Old French. Reserved for exceptional hunters, Chace began as an occupational surname and means “huntsman.” Gossip Girl’s Chace Crawford popularized the French spelling of Chace from its more British counterpart, Chase, peaking in 2009 and slowly dipping since. While Chase is more trendy, Chace has a French vibe that will help baby stand out. Baby Chace will undoubtedly have their eye on the prize, pursuing their prey—er, dreams, with utmost enthusiasm and precision!
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