Is there any history in the name Chase

(15 Posts)
ameliajoy22 Thu 25-Feb-21 00:43:13

my daughter's name is Chase and she's loves history and is sad that her name is so modern, is there any historical figures or history to the name Chase that would make her like her name

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Tankflybosswalkjam Thu 25-Feb-21 00:44:15

Marshall?

PatNextDoor Thu 25-Feb-21 00:56:36

Lorraine?

Mrstwiddle Thu 25-Feb-21 01:01:01

I’ve only ever heard of Chase as being a boys name, and then only in the US.

ILoveStickers Thu 25-Feb-21 06:50:58

Almost every person I can find with the first name Chase is born after 1980. (And male.)

You could look into women with the last name Chase. Fanny DuBois Chase was a social reformer, Ilke Chase was a 1940s actress, Jessie Kalmbach Chase was a painter, Leah Chase was a chef... etc. Your daughter might like reading about them.

SeanChailleach Thu 25-Feb-21 07:18:34

It can be a diminutive of Francesca or a variation on Keziah/ Cassia, which has the lovely meaning "cinnamon".
HTH

partyatthepalace Thu 25-Feb-21 08:16:15

It's a modern name. And usually only for boys.

plixy Thu 25-Feb-21 08:43:02

Here's another lady

ILoveStickers Thu 25-Feb-21 08:50:17

Nice find, @plixy.

finallychangedmyusername Thu 25-Feb-21 14:09:36

Chase is a nickname for Charles.

ILoveShula Thu 25-Feb-21 14:15:52

JPMorgan Chase

Aubrey1981 Thu 25-Feb-21 16:16:03

Chase Crawford is an actor, the name reminds me of him.

BilboBercow Thu 25-Feb-21 16:20:55

Character from Paw Patrol?

percheron67 Thu 25-Feb-21 16:21:07

It is not a name - it is a verb i.e. to chase ..............

KindnessCrusader Thu 25-Feb-21 16:30:49

@percheron67 did you mean to be so rude?! It IS a name-the op has just said it is her Daughter's name.

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