Montague is a masculine name of French origin. Meaning “pointed hill,” it is derived from a habitational name and a place name that originated from Monatgu. Some might recognize the name from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet as Romeo’s second name, which might encourage baby to delve into their more loving side. As a surname, Montague has some Irish roots and is thought to have become popular in the Emerald Isle around the 10th century, giving the name a classical aura.
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