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Posted: 28-Oct-2006, 06:19 PM
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Background: Jordan is derived from the name of the river Jordan, "Yarden" in Hebrew. The name first became popular in England as a personal name during the Crusades when it was a common practice for Crusaders to bring back vials containing the waters from the river Jordan to be used in the baptism of the Crusaders children.

Variations: Jordan, Jordane, Jordain, Jordaine, Jourdan, Jourdane, Jorden, Jurden, MacShurtan, MacJordan, MacShurton, MacShurdane, MacShurtaine, McShurtan, McJordan, McShurton, McShurdane

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