Statistics and meaning of name Blenman

Usage: 4% firstname, 96% surname.
Blenman first name was found 26 times in 2 different countries. (USA,UK)
Surname Blenman is used at least 496 times in at least 5 countries.

      Surname Blenman
Given names
Anthony Blenman (5)
Daniel Blenman (4)
Helen Blenman (4)
Katherine Blenman (3)
Andrew Blenman (3)
Colleen Blenman (3)
Amanda Blenman (3)
David Blenman (3)
Hensley Blenman (3)
Christopher Blenman (2)
Dawson Blenman (2)
Paul Blenman (2)
Natalie Blenman (2)
Paula Blenman (2)
Donfield Blenman (2)
Fred Blenman (2)
Gloria Blenman (2)
Wayne Blenman (2)
Yvonne Blenman (2)
Sharon Blenman (2)
Leona Blenman (1)
Leah Blenman (1)
Lee Blenman (1)
Joan Blenman (1)
Jessica Blenman (1)
Hortense Blenman (1)
Hilary Blenman (1)
Hermese Blenman (1)
Lisa Blenman (1)
Joel Blenman (1)
Julie Blenman (1)
Joshua Blenman (1)
John Blenman (1)
Juliet Blenman (1)
Marlon Blenman (1)
Sandra Blenman (1)
Ryan Blenman (1)
Ruth Blenman (1)
Rosemary Blenman (1)
Sarah Blenman (1)
Sherida Blenman (1)
Wendy Blenman (1)
Terrence Blenman (1)
Stephanie Blenman (1)
Shirley Blenman (1)
Peter Blenman (1)
Pauline Blenman (1)
Margo Blenman (1)
Margaret Blenman (1)
Malachi Blenman (1)
Maiva Blenman (1)
Graham Blenman (1)
Meshach Blenman (1)
Pamela Blenman (1)
Noel Blenman (1)
Nicola Blenman (1)
Lucie Blenman (1)
Felicienne Blenman (1)
Beverly Blenman (1)
Beverley Blenman (1)
Beresford Blenman (1)
Bashir Blenman (1)
Blair Blenman (1)
Brian Blenman (1)
Charlotte Blenman (1)
Carlene Blenman (1)
Carina Blenman (1)
Bruce Blenman (1)
Barbara Blenman (1)
Avril Blenman (1)
Alec Blenman (1)
Colvin Blenman (1)
Sheriffe Blenman (1)
Caspert Blenman (1)
Alonza Blenman (1)
Andrea Blenman (1)
Ashley Blenman (1)
Anton Blenman (1)
Angela Blenman (1)
Ciebert Blenman (1)
Clebert Blenman (1)
Errol Blenman (1)
Elice Blenman (1)
Eion Blenman (1)
Edmund Blenman (1)
Esther Blenman (1)
Ethel Blenman (1)
Gordon Blenman (1)
Gail Blenman (1)
Rawle Blenman (1)
Everett Blenman (1)
Dorothy Blenman (1)
Dominique Blenman (1)
Crebert Blenman (1)
Conrad Blenman (1)
Colin Blenman (1)
Clifton Blenman (1)
Cynthia Blenman (1)
Cyprian Blenman (1)
Deorville Blenman (1)
Daryl Blenman (1)
Danielle Blenman (1)
Grace Blenman (1)

Family names
Blenman Hollie (1)

Surname Blenman in USA   

Blenman reversed is Namnelb
Name contains 7 letters - 28.57% vowels and 71.43% consonants.

Anagrams: Nmelanb Lennamb Mnenbal Nalmenb Nabnelm
Misspells: Blenmon Blenmana Belnman Blenmna Blenamn

Rhymes: Feynman gunman unman Ahriman Alabaman Altman Amman penman pressman tension chairman brethren

Meaning of this name is unknown.

Doreen says: I am a descendant of Ronald Hughe (Great-Gand father); Donald Hughe (Grand-father); Ronald Hughe(Father). I know that we have a mentionable carib national origin ( Donald & Ronald Hughe) claimed bothe the Carib Isles of Trindad & Barbados as national origin. The story is a Mark Twin twist from there. I t seems this is odd to originate from 2 isles simultaneously. So the USA story is as such. I was raised by my Great -grandmother (Loise Martines-Lopes)Cubana 1945 Defecto; reclassified as Souther Black American to escape Communist stigma; revealed my grand fathers spoke a Cubano Dialect in the 70s that know one had access to unless you were comminist Cubano. Therefore she never belived they originated from Barbados or Trinidad but rather defected there as well. This makes more sense because the only record of such a name that even comes close is "Blenheim". Blenheim was a slave mercantilist ship that docked for extended decades during and beyond slavery in Jamaica; not Trinidad or Barbados. Defect groups have been logged in and observed sailing to Barbados and recorded applying for amnesty; trinidad is vague, but real. Therefore it makes sense that Hughe Blenman can be a code name possibly meaning( man of color (Hughe) blending in( blenman) the name may have been taken from the Presence of the Mercantile ship "Blenheim" for protection; Many Defectos did reclassify to marginal and minority ethnicities and races. All Blenmans of color and mixture are taught they are related. Ther eis no record of concise slave history. There are many Spanish speaking Blenmans as well as Caribbean. Most of my family in the USA live in Brooklyn, NY we are all confirmed relatives (personally) we grew up together and so far all Blenmans in New YOrk state have relativity. It seems lately, descendants of "Blenheims" are claiming Blenman is an off skit version of their name. Which may be but not through slavery or their mastery aken because of the extended overdue presence of the Mercantile ships and trade throughout the Carribbean. Many defecto rainforest indians were being slaughtered; My grand father had mixed features resembling Cuban indians (very dark, long noses, thick black hair) only their hair was not exactly stereo typical of full blooded Cuban rainforest indians. MY cousins in Brooklyn annually took an island hopping trip (Trinidad, Barbados & Domincan Republic) I have always been told by LO-Lo (Loise Martines) that we are related on three sides of my family (hers (cubano); my father ( Blenmans); my mother (American confederate Native Algonquine Indian. I now defectos began their politicl movement almost 50 plus years before Batista fell in 1945. So it makes sense that there was an already relationship with Caribs & the Arwak, Tainos etc. and the Blenmanname had already been established and blended into an already minority west indian cutlures such as trinidad and Barbados. Well that's it for me :)

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