Of English origin.
Some sources mention that it was used as a Scottish surname.
According to other sources it was a family name from 12th century and it was an Anglo-French form of the name Grantham, a place in Lincolnshire, England.
Grantham’s possible meaning is “gravelly homestead”, deriving from Old English word elements “grand” and “ham”.
Graham’s law of effusion, in physics, is a reference to Thomas Graham, who was a Scottish physical chemist.
Other forms of the name are: Grahame, Graeme, Graeham, Grantham.
Famous bearers are Graham Green, Graham Nash, Graham Coxon, Graham Chapman, Graham Gouldman, Graham Norton, Graham Hill, Graham Kerr, Graham Parker, Graham Philips, Graham Rogers, Graham Zusi.
Graham Coxon is an English singer, songwriter, painter.
He became known as one of the founding members of the rock band “Blur”.
The following video is the clip of “Song 2” by “Blur”, which reach no. 2 on the U.K. charts, no. 4 on the Australian Aria charts and no. 6 on the U.S. Billboard Alternative songs.