Slater

Slater Meaning and Origin

The name Slater is a boy’s occupational name of English origin. The name Slater is is primarily derived from the Old English word “slætere,” which means “a slater” or “a roofer.” In medieval times, a slater was a person who worked with slate, a type of rock used for roofing. The name likely originated as an occupational surname for individuals working in this trade. The popularity of the name Slater has fluctuated over the years, but it remains a relatively uncommon choice. Famous People: Christian Slater: An accomplished actor known for his roles in films such as “Heathers,” “True Romance,” and “Mr. Robot.” Kelly Slater: A legendary professional surfer often regarded as one of the greatest surfers of all time. Albert Slater: A British artist known for his abstract and expressionist paintings.

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