Kingman is a boy’s name of Middle English origin. Once used to refer to the king’s servant or a member of the king’s household, it was regarded as an occupational name. While the moniker still retains a sense of allegiance and loyalty, it can also inspire baby to walk their own path. As is the story of Lewis Kingman. He became the civil engineer who surveyed and built thousands of miles of railroad lines in Massachusetts. This, in turn, can teach your little one an invaluable lesson—that they needn’t wear a crown on their heads in order to make a difference in people’s lives.
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