US Popularity:11911
Other Origin(s):German
Meaning:Pack, bundle; Battle, fight
Packard is a title that undoubtedly packs a punch. The name has English roots, deriving from the term pak, meaning “pack” or “bundle.” It could also be an Americanized variation of the German name Packert, which means “battle” or “to fight.” With its robust sound, Packard will give baby the courage to achieve everything they wish for.

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