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Origin: Malaysia
Region Origin: South-Eastern Asia

Harlow is a gender-neutral name of English origin, meaning "army hill" or "rock hill". It has its roots in the Anglo-Saxon era in England, specifically in regions such as Essex, Yorkshire, and Northumberland. The name is derived from the Old English words "hearg" (meaning "temple") and "hlaw" (meaning "hill"), combining to form "temple hill". Initially used as a masculine name, Harlow has gained popularity as a feminine name, particularly in English-speaking countries. The name became more popular as a first name for boys and later transitioned to a gender-neutral name after the 1900s. In recent years, Harlow has been more commonly used as a girl's name. Some celebrities have also chosen Harlow as a name for their children, further increasing its recognition and popularity.

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