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Origin: Norway
Region Origin: Northern Europe

Todd is a boy's name of British origin, most suited for those with quick wit and a fiery, red-headed appearance. The name stems from the Northern Middle English word "todde," which means "fox". As a nickname, it is used to describe someone thought to resemble a fox in terms of cunning or slyness. Scottfamily.org, a Scottish genealogy website, also mentions "Tod" as a Scottish nickname meaning a clever or wily person. The name Todd has its origins in Middle English and is derived from the word "todde," which means "fox". As a given name, it was rare before 1930 but gained popularity in the 1960s and 1970s before declining. Notable people and characters named Todd include American rugby player Todd Anderson, Irish political activist Todd Andrews, and Australian former Australian rules footballer Todd Viney.

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