Leger meaning | Last name Leger origin

Following is the meaning of Leger surname. Family name Leger is generally added after the name or middle name so also called last name.

Family Name / Last Name: Leger No. of characters: 5 Origin: Unknown Meaning: Refers rarely a slight man. This is indeed a personal name of Germanic origin, Leodgari, Latinized Leodegarius (leod people = + = gari spear). The name was popularized by St. Leger, bishop of Autun, tortured and murdered in 678. It is very common in France, especially is found in Normandy and Limousin.

Leger is used as a family name or surname in many language. Leger is 5 characters long in length.

There are about 9211 people in US who wears Leger as surname and ranked 3541 in US Census Bureau. In 2000 census, the last name was found in around 34.1 per 1 million , used in more than 1 hispanic race.

Celebrities having Leger surname
Alda Léger Paul-Émile Léger's mother
Allan Legere Serial Killer
Édouard H. Léger Political figure
Jules Léger Former Governor General of Canada
Allan Legere Serial Killer
Aude Léger Actress
Aurel Léger Member of Parliament
Brigit Legere Binns Author
Arthur St Leger, 1st Viscount Doneraile Politician
Céline Léger Actor

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