Statistics and meaning of name Vermote

Usage: 5% firstname, 95% surname.
Vermote first name was found 10 times in 2 different countries. (USA,Belgium)
Surname Vermote is used at least 169 times in at least 5 countries.

      Surname Vermote
Given names
Catherine Vermote (5)
Jacques Vermote (4)
Michel Vermote (4)
Christophe Vermote (2)
Alain Vermote (2)
Laurent Vermote (2)
David Vermote (2)
Laetitia Vermote (1)
Karine Vermote (1)
Cindy Vermote (1)
Cyril Vermote (1)
Celine Vermote (1)
Sylvain Vermote (1)
Patricia Vermote (1)
Sylvie Vermote (1)
Benedicte Vermote (1)
Cedric Vermote (1)
Yann Vermote (1)
Christopher Vermote (1)
Sebastien Vermote (1)
Dominique Vermote (1)
Alexandre Vermote (1)
Laure Vermote (1)
Nathalie Vermote (1)
Valerie Vermote (1)
Myriam Vermote (1)
Max Vermote (1)
Pascal Vermote (1)
Mariannick Vermote (1)
Maurice Vermote (1)
Ginette Vermote (1)
Lionel Vermote (1)
Marc Vermote (1)
Fabienne Vermote (1)
Andre Vermote (1)
Virginie Vermote (1)
Jacqueline Vermote (1)
Patrick Vermote (1)
Renee Vermote (1)
Vincent Vermote (1)
Mickael Vermote (1)
Chrystele Vermote (1)
Claude Vermote (1)
Emilie Vermote (1)
Mathieu Vermote (1)
Fabien Vermote (1)
Annick Vermote (1)
Etienne Vermote (1)
Conrad Vermote (1)
Remi Vermote (1)
Francois Vermote (1)
Marcel Vermote (1)
Julien Vermote (1)
Laurence Vermote (1)
Janny Vermote (1)
Rene Vermote (1)
Stephane Vermote (1)
Frederic Vermote (1)
Monique Vermote (1)

Surname Vermote in France   Surname Vermote in USA   

Vermote reversed is Etomrev
Name contains 7 letters - 42.86% vowels and 57.14% consonants.

Anagrams: Vreemto Moretev Moevetr Vemreot Eremtov
Misspells: Velmote Verrmote Bermote Vermotea Vremote Vermoet Vermtoe

Rhymes: demote emote mote promote remote smote connote note

Meaning of this name is unknown.

JOHAN PETER VERMOTE says: Meaning : person coming form a place called moat mid-14c., from Old French mote "mound, hillock, embankment; castle built on a hill" (12c.; Modern French motte), from Medieval Latin mota "mound, fortified height," of unknown origin, perhaps from Gaulish mutt, mutta. Sense shifted in Norman French from the castle mound to the ditch dug around it.

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