Names from Old Welsh

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  • Bevolyn - Blend of two names such as Beverly (dweller at the beaver meadow—English) and Lynn (from the pool or waterfall—Old Welsh).
  • Cary - Dweller at the castles (Old Welsh); surname or family name given for a first or middle name.
  • Enid - Woodlark, purity (Old Welsh).
  • Evan - Well-born one; young warrior (EV-an—Irish Gaelic; Old Welsh).
  • Floyd - Form of Lloyd: Gray-haired one (Old Welsh).
  • Gladys - Small sword or gladiolus flower; lame one (Latin; Old Welsh).
  • Glenda - Dweller in a valley or glen (Old Welsh).
  • Glendis - A form of Glenda: Dweller in a valley or glen (Old Welsh).
  • Griffin - English form of Griffith: Fierce chief or fierce lord, red-haired; ruddy one (Old Welsh).
  • Griffith - Fierce chief or fierce lord, red-haired; ruddy one (Old Welsh).
  • Gwen - Form of Gwendolyn: Lady of the new vision (Old Welsh).
  • Gwendolyn - Lady of the new vision (Old Welsh).
  • Gwendolynne - Form of Gwendolyn: Lady of the new vision (Old Welsh).
  • Gwynn - Form of Gwendolyn: Lady of the new vision (Old Welsh).
  • Irvin - White river (Old Welsh).
  • Irving - White river (Old Welsh).
  • Jenee - Blend of two names such as Jennifer (white-cheeked; white wave; white phantom; yielding—Old Welsh) and Renee, form of Renata (born again—Latin)—jeh-NAY.
  • Jenifer - Form of Jennifer: White-cheeked; white wave; white phantom; yielding (Old Welsh); surname or family name given for a first or middle name.
  • Jenise - Blend of two names such as Jennifer (white-cheeked; white wave; white phantom; yielding—Old Welsh) and Denise (from Dionysus, Greek God of wine—French)—jeh-NEES.
  • Jennie - Form of Jennifer: White-cheeked; white wave; white phantom; yielding (Old Welsh).
  • Jennifer - White-cheeked; white wave; white phantom; yielding (Old Welsh).
  • Jenny - Form of Jennifer: White-cheeked; white wave; white phantom; yielding (Old Welsh).
  • Jin - Form of Jenny: White-cheeked; white wave; white phantom; yielding (Old Welsh). Name found among enslaved black women in eighteenth-century New England.
  • Joycelyn - Blend of two names such as Joyce (joyful, merry, happy; from the word jocosa—Latin) and Lynn (from the pool or waterfall—Old Welsh).
  • KaVon - Created name from African-American culture, a feminine form of Vaughn: Small one (Old Welsh).
  • Kendrick - Royal ruler (English; Old Welsh).
  • Kendricks - Form of Kendrick: Royal ruler (English; Old Welsh).
  • Kent - White, bright (Old Welsh).
  • Kerilyn - Blend of two names such as Kerry (dark one—Irish Gaelic) and Lynn (from the pool or waterfall—Old Welsh).
  • Lavarne - Created name from African-American culture, a form of Vaughn: Small one (Old Welsh).
  • LaVaughn - Created name from African-American culture, a form of Vaughn: Small one (Old Welsh).
  • LaVaughn - Created name from African-American culture, a form of Vaughn: Small one (Old Welsh). Also a male name.
  • Lavon - Created name from African-American culture, a form of Vaughn: Small one (Old Welsh).
  • LaVon - Created name from African-American culture, a feminine form of La Vonn, a form of Vaughn: Small, little (Old Welsh).
  • LaVon - Created name from African-American culture, a feminine form of Lavon, a form of Vaughn: Small one (Old Welsh).
  • LaVonne - Created name from African-American culture, a feminine form of La Vonn, a form of Vaughn: Small, little (Old Welsh).
  • LaVonne - Created name from African-American culture, a feminine form of Lavon, a form of Vaughn: Small one (Old Welsh).
  • LeVaughn - Created name from African-American culture, a form of Vaughn: Small one (Old Welsh).
  • Lin - Form of Lynn: From the lake, pool, or waterfall (Old Welsh); predominantly a female name.
  • Lloyd - Gray-haired one (Old Welsh); from Celtic mythology.
  • LoVon - Created name from African-American culture, a form of Vaughn: Small one (Old Welsh).
  • Lyn - Form of Lynn: From the pool or waterfall (Old Welsh).
  • Lyndrea - Blend of two names such as Lynn (from the pool or waterfall—Old Welsh) and Andrea, the feminine form of Andreas (womanly, feminine—Greek).
  • Lyne - Form of Lynn: From the pool or waterfall (Old Welsh).
  • Lynn - From the pool or waterfall (Old Welsh).
  • Lynn - From the pool or waterfall (Old Welsh).
  • Lynna - Form of Lynn: From the pool or waterfall (Old Welsh).
  • Lynne - Form of Lynn: From the pool or waterfall (Old Welsh).
  • Marilyn - Blend of two names such as Mary (the English form of the Latin Maria—New Testament, from the Hebrew Miryam—sea of bitterness or sea of sorrow—Old Testament—sister of Moses and Aaron) and Lynn (from the pool or waterfall—Old Welsh).
  • Meredith - Great chief (Old Welsh); surname or family given for a first or middle name.

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