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Origin: Liberia
Region Origin: Western Africa

Taylor is a gender-neutral name of French origin, meaning "tailor" or "to cut". The name has its roots in the Old French word "tailleur," which means "tailor". It was originally used as an occupational name for a tailor who cut cloth. The name Taylor gained popularity in England during the Middle Ages and was introduced to the country by the Normans, a group of people from northern France who conquered England in 1066. Occupational surnames were common in medieval England, and the name Taylor was one of the most popular, signifying strength and skill associated with the occupation of a tailor. Today, the name Taylor is used as both a first name and a surname, and is a unisex name, meaning it can be used for both boys and girls.

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