Statistics and meaning of name Coaker

Usage: 2% firstname, 98% surname.
Coaker first name was found 11 times in 1 different countries. (USA)
Surname Coaker is used at least 459 times in at least 5 countries.

      Surname Coaker
Given names
Andrew Coaker (7)
Don Coaker (6)
Angela Coaker (5)
Barry Coaker (5)
Anthony Coaker (5)
John Coaker (4)
Ashley Coaker (3)
Barbara Coaker (3)
Alan Coaker (3)
Ann Coaker (3)
Ruth Coaker (3)
Brad Coaker (3)
Stephen Coaker (3)
Winston Coaker (3)
Vernon Coaker (2)
Leonie Coaker (2)
Annette Coaker (2)
Matthew Coaker (2)
Alison Coaker (2)
Benjamin Coaker (2)
Ben Coaker (2)
Matt Coaker (2)
Brian Coaker (2)
Darren Coaker (2)
Karen Coaker (2)
Kenneth Coaker (2)
Adam Coaker (2)
Joanne Coaker (1)
Jacqueline Coaker (1)
Ian Coaker (1)
Marguerite Coaker (1)
Laura Coaker (1)
Louise Coaker (1)
Krystyna Coaker (1)
Katie Coaker (1)
Kim Coaker (1)
Tony Coaker (1)
Quentin Coaker (1)
Paul Coaker (1)
Steven Coaker (1)
Sylvia Coaker (1)
Thomas Coaker (1)
Patricia Coaker (1)
Pamela Coaker (1)
Maxwell Coaker (1)
Tristan Coaker (1)
Tom Coaker (1)
Molly Coaker (1)
Henry Coaker (1)
Martin Coaker (1)
Bridget Coaker (1)
Andrea Coaker (1)
Amy Coaker (1)
Anita Coaker (1)
Annabel Coaker (1)
Anne Coaker (1)
Amanda Coaker (1)
Allen Coaker (1)
Alexa Coaker (1)
Alastair Coaker (1)
Alexander Coaker (1)
Alina Coaker (1)
Allan Coaker (1)
Ashleigh Coaker (1)
Audrey Coaker (1)
Derek Coaker (1)
Deborah Coaker (1)
Dianne Coaker (1)
Elvin Coaker (1)
Florence Coaker (1)
David Coaker (1)
Charmaine Coaker (1)
Bessie Coaker (1)
Belinda Coaker (1)
Mark Coaker (1)
Catherine Coaker (1)
Charles Coaker (1)
Gregory Coaker (1)

Surname Coaker in USA   

Coaker reversed is Rekaoc
Name contains 6 letters - 50.00% vowels and 50.00% consonants.

Anagrams: Ockare Rokeac Acoekr Kraceo Oacerk
Misspells: Cooker Coakel Coakerr Coakera Caoker Coakre Coaekr

Rhymes: Baker Diefenbaker Quaker Studebaker Wanamaker Whitaker Windbreaker joker choker broker smoker

Meaning of this name is unknown.
Agnes Coaker says: Originally from south Devon it is part of the group of croker/coaker/coker names common there. An old saying from the region: 'Crocker, Cruwys, and Copplestone, When the Conqueror came were all at home' refers to William the conqueror indicating that the family is saxon and has been in south Devon since 1066. In the 1400/1500s a branch moved up to Dartmoor. And from there all over the world; a search of the Ellis Island records (the main point of entry into america) shows at least 2 Coakers arriving from dartmoor. Perhaps the most famous member of the family is Vernon Coaker, a british member of parliament, although I am unaware of his exact background, his uncle served in the Devonshire regiment during WWII.

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