Other Origin(s):Aramaic, Celtic, Gaelic, Irish, Scottish
Meaning:Twin; Son of Tom
Of English and Aramic origin and steeped in sophistication, Thompson means “twin” or “son of Tom,” making for a great moniker to bestow upon your little mini-me. As a surname, it has ancient Celtic roots and was quite popular in both Ireland and Scotland and is related to the ancient Gaelic name MacTamhais. The given name Thompson leaves room for doting nicknames such as Tom or Tommy and makes for a meaningful name to honor anyone called Tom in your little one’s life.
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