From www.vitalog.net: Jordan : English, patronymic derived from the Christian name Jordan ‘flowing down’, which became a popular given name because so many pilgrims returned to England with holy water from the river Jordan which was used to baptize infants who then received the name; a regular part of the pilgrim’s costume was the leathern bottle carried for this purpose. [Via: Lockergnome’s Bits and Bytes]
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