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Girl Names of Welsh Origin

Welsh baby names and what they mean, for welsh, wales, with 111 results. Adoption of these girl names was at its most widespread 4 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 5%) and is now significantly diminished (ADOPTION 1.1%, DOWN 78%), with names like Lynette becoming less fashionable. Ariana (#46), Cambria (#1024), Cecilia (#181) and Reese (#173) are four of the more contemporarily stylish birth names in this list Here is the list of Welsh names for boys.

Welsh names

Aeron - Cecilia | Cecily - Eiriol | Eirlys - Glaw | Glenda - Heulwen | Idelle - Reanna | Reese - Wynne

Aeron - Cecilia

"Battle." Aeon is a slightly prominent kid's name. The name of the ancient Celtic ..

"Fair, blessed berries." Rare, but Aeronwen is comparable to popular -en surnames Arnzen (TOP 28%), Altonen (80%). Also possibly derives from the name ..

.. common in female names in Welsh .. Aledwen is unique as a girls' name.

"Much loved." Uncommon. Angharad is not found in the US Census. .. was revived in Wales since the ..

"Loved one." Unusual. Annwyl, Annwyll and Anwylle are not found in the US Demographics.

"Very fair." Rather uncommon as a baby name.

"Huge or round wheel." Not Top 2000 names. Name of the mother of Dylan ..

"Silver." A highly conventional baby name (#46 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Ariana also exists regularly as a female first name. Also the simplified Italian variant of ..

"White, holy silver." Unique. Arianwen (cf. Anwen, Aeronwen) ends with -en. .. a semi legendary Welsh chieftain fifth ..

"Muse." Adoption of Arwen and Arwyn as baby names in 2015 was 15.4% less than the previous decade. Variant of Arwyn ..

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Welsh names: Ariana, Arwen, Bronwyn, Bryn, Cambria

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Welsh names: Carys, Cecilia

Pet form of Beth .. Bethay (UPPER 55%), Betham (57%) are popular surnames. See also Bethany.

"Flower face." Blodwedd is rare as a baby name. Name of a character in the ..

"White flower." A novel children's name. Rather common in the Middle Ages ..

Possibly "white, blessed raven" or a .. Briwen and Brynwen are creative variations. See also Bronwyn.

"Fair, blessed breast." Used somewhat widely as children's names, Bronny, Bronwyn, etc. are similar to the familiar Bonny.

"Hill." Bryn, Brynn, Brynna and Brynne are familiar as versions. .. of Brynmor, a Welsh place name ..

"The people." A familiar children's name (#1024 IN CURRENT LIST), Cambria is also used frequently as a surname. .. of Cymru, the Welsh name for ..

"Love, fair, blessed." Not in popularity charts. See also Coren. Carwyn is the male form.

"Love." Caris and variants are seldom found as first names, and Caris appears frequently (top 22%) as a last name. From "caru" ..

"Blind; sixth." Cecelia (top 10%), Cecil (31%), Cecila (57%), Cecile (14%), Cecilia (7%), Cecille (89%), Cecily (43%), Celia (9%), Cicely (66%) and Sheila (3%) are prevalent as women's names. .. came from the Welsh name Seissylt ..