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5 District names and what they mean, for district for baby boys, listing 1-5. Drury, Eifion, Forbes, Garrick and Macon are rare names. Here is the list of District names for girls.
Drury .. Drury Lane is a famous street in London's theater district, and also the home of the Muffin Man in a well-known children's song.
Eifion .. In Welsh tradition Eifion, grandson of King Cunedda, gave his name to the district Eifionydd, an area in Wales near Pwllheli.
Forbes .. "Field, district." ..
Garrick .. 18th century English actor David Garrick helped revive the fame of Shakespeare, and he is commemorated with street and building names in the theater district of London ..
Macon Place name: city in France in the Burgundy wine district ..
Burgess .. "Freeman of a borough." ..
Alban .. From the Latin name Albanus, which may be an ethnic name from a city in the Roman Empire called Alba "white", or it may represent a Latin form of a British name derived from the Celtic word "alp" for "rock, crag" ..
Abbott .. An abbot is the head of a religious community of monks living in a monastery, so the original bearers of this name (as a surname) may have worked for an abbot ..
Bourbon Place name: county in Kentucky where the liquor is made ..
Lech .. The name was borne by Lech Walesa, the courageous shipyard worker and labor organizer who led the campaign to bring down the Communist government in Poland.
Hamlet .. Literary: Hamlet is the Danish prince in Shakespeare's book ..
Balfour .. "Grazing land." ..
Moss .. Variant of Moses or possibly a place name for a mossy locale ..
Parrish .. "Ecclesiastical locality." ..
Honore .. The Faubourg Saint Honoré is a well-known fashionable neighborhood and shopping street in Paris ..
Caeo .. Name of a village and parish in Carmarthenshire (known as the "Garden of Wales") used as a first name in Wales.
Como .. "Province." Place name: a province and an exceptionally beautiful lake in Northern Italy.
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