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Fox



Origin: English

Meaning: referring to the animal, which has a reputation of being cunning and wily, and tricksters. They're popular figures in folktales in which they are often depicted as tricksters.

As a surname, it was likely originally derived as a nickname for someone who was cunning and wily, or who had red hair.


Variants:
  • Foxx 
  • Foxe 



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