US Popularity:9970
Other Origin(s):British
Meaning:Famous; Famous spear or wolf; Rudda's valley; Valley of the river Rye
Rodell is a masculine moniker of Germanic origin with many possible meanings. It’s possibly a variant of Roedel, a pet name meaning “famous,” or Ruddell, which derives from the Germanic Rudel, stemming from Rudiger and Rudolf. Rudiger is a form of Roger, tracing back to the name Hrodger, which means “famous spear.” Whereas, Rudolf comes from Hrodulf, signifying “famous wolf.” Ruddell is also an Old English habitational surname that translates to “Rudda’s valley” or “valley of the river Rye.” One thing for sure and certain seems to be that baby’s name will be in lights one day. No matter what catapults them to stardom, baby Rodell can rest assured that they will be the apple of your eye regardless.

Rodell Name Popularity Data

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in 2012
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from 2010
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