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The name “Beckham” is of English origin, derived from the Old English words “bec,” meaning “stream” or “brook,” and “ham,” meaning “home” or “homestead.” It is a popular choice for soccer fans and Spice Girls enthusiasts, as it is gender-neutral and a popular choice for children. The name likely originated as a descriptive or locational surname, referring to someone who lived near a stream or brook. As a given name, Beckham has gained popularity in modern times, particularly in English-speaking countries, due to its association with footballer David Beckham and its trendy sound.
Beckham is a relatively straightforward name, with few variations. It is primarily used as a standalone given name, not part of longer names or having alternate spellings. The name’s popularity is attributed to its association with the famous footballer David Beckham.