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Parker - Meaning 'park keeper', this is an English occupational name.

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PARKER Meaning: "the keeper of a park," mid-12c.; see park (n.). See definitions of parker.

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Amazon.com: Parker Coat of Arms/Crest and Family Name History, meaning & origin plus Genealogy/Family Tree Research aid to help find clues to ancestry, ...

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Given Name Parker. GENDER: Masculine & Feminine PRONOUNCED: PAHR- kər. Meaning & History From an English occupational surname which meant ...

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12 Is Parker name fit for baby name ? Parker Name Meaning and History. What Does Parker Mean and History? Originally a surname, meaning “keeper of the park ...

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He is a high school student who is bitten by a genetically-altered spider, which in turn gave him spider-like abilities. He decided to use his new powers to fight ...

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Parker genealogy, discover the coat of arms, family crest, family history, ancestry, the surname meaning and the name origin for the Parker Tribe.

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Name Parker · Religion Christian · Meaning Park keeper · Gender Male · Mark as favourite.

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So the joke about “gay Spiderman” and “Peter Parker” is essentially a reference to “Peter Parker = A person who sticks his dick somewhere and keeps it there.” As ...

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5 days ago ... Akash is a boy name with meaning Sky and Number 4. ... –Alfred J. Parker, Rewards are selfish desires; seek not the individuality of selfishness ...