Tucker

Tucker

The name Tucker originates from an Old English occupational surname. It is derived from the word "tucian," meaning "folder of cloth." The name was traditionally given to people who worked in the woolen trade in medieval Britain. As a modern name, Tucker is steadily increasing in popularity in the United States.

Similar Names: Tuck, Tuckeman
Famous Tucker Names: Tucker Carlson (television correspondant), Tucker Smith (actor)

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