What does the name Couper mean? Find out below.
From Old French coper, colper (“to cut off”), probably, derived from cop (“blow”), colp (modern coup), with its meaning coming from the idea of cutting off with a blow. It may correspond to a Vulgar Latin verb *colpāre, syncopated form of *colaphāre, from Latin colaphus (compare Old Spanish golpar, colpar, Old Portuguese golpar, golbar). Alternatively, possibly from Vulgar Latin *cuppāre (“to behead”), from Latin caput (“head”), although this is unlikely.
Heather Anita Couper is a scientist in the field of astronomy. Heather was born on June 2nd, 1949.
Archibald Scott Couper was a scientist. Archibald was born on March 31st, 1831 in Kirkintilloch. He breathed his last breath on March 11th, 1892.
Mildred was born in 1887. She breathed her last breath in 1974.
William Couper was an artist. William was born in 1853 in Norfolk, Virginia. He breathed his last breath on June 23rd, 1942.
James was born on August 9th, 1752. He passed away on January 7th, 1836.
Murray was born on October 24th, 1948.
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People with the last name Couper are most frequently White