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Region Origin: Western Africa

Archie is a name of German origin, derived from the Old High German Ercanbald, which means "genuinely bold, brave". It is a diminutive of Archibald, a Scottish and English name that was brought to England during the Norman Conquest in 1066. Archie has earned its place as a standalone title, apart from its original form, Archibald. The name Archie gained popularity and a retro-chic appeal through various cultural references. It is famously associated with "America's typical teenager" from the Archie Comics. In recent times, the name gained significant attention when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, named their son Archie, establishing it as a vintage, cool-kid name with an air of sophistication. Archie is a popular name in England and Scotland, ranking 9th among the top names for boys in England in 2020 and 2021.

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