Welsh NamesTotal Names: 936
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Aur

Aur is quite a sophisticated name and a welcome find. Sweet yet attractive, the name is a great blend of chara ... Read More

Female

Cerys

Cerys is a variant of Carys. See Carys for further details. Cerys is a name with class. A wonderfully distinct ... Read More

Female

Aberfa

The name Aberfa is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Aberfa is "from the mouth of the river abertha". Aberfa is ... Read More

Female

Aberforth

In Gaelic, this name means "˜from the river' ... Read More

Male

Aberthol

The name Aberthol is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Aberthol is "sacrifice". Aberthol is generally used as a ... Read More

Male

Aderyn

The name Aderyn is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Aderyn is "bird". Aderyn is generally used as a girl's name ... Read More

Female

Adline

Welsh form of Adam 'of the red earth'.. ... Read More

Male

Ael

. Ael is a name with authenticness. A wonderfully distinctive name. Ael has no variant spellings. ... Read More

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Aelwen

A fair eyebrows, not black ... Read More

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Aelwin

One with the blessed eyebrow ... Read More

Female

Aeron

. Aeron is an appealing and unique name. A name fit for a child full of grace and distinction, a little seeker ... Read More

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Aerona

The name Aerona is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Aerona is "carnage, slaughter or fruit, berry". Aerona is g ... Read More

Female

Aeronwen

The name Aeronwen is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Aeronwen is "carnage, slaughter or fruit, berry and white ... Read More

Female

Aeronwy

The name Aeronwy is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Aeronwy is "carnage, slaughter or fruit, berry and river". ... Read More

Female

Aerowyn

The victorious person from the battle ... Read More

Male

Afal

The name Afal is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Afal is "apple". Afal is generally used as a boy's name. It c ... Read More

Male

Afanen

The name Afanen is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Afanen is "raspberry". Afanen is generally used as a girl's ... Read More

Female

Ahi

Coward.. ... Read More

Male

Ahiah

Wretched.. ... Read More

Female

Ahimeleka

A king of Ireland.. ... Read More

Male

Ahoto

From the hearth.. ... Read More

Female

Aled

The name Aled is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Aled is "offspring". Aled is generally used as a boy's name. ... Read More

Male

Aleda

The name Aleda is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Aleda is "heir". Aleda is generally used as a girl's name. I ... Read More

Female

Alis

The name Alis is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Alis is "noble kind". Alis is generally used as a girl's name ... Read More

Female

Alun

The name Alun is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Alun is "handsome". Alun is generally used as a boy's name. I ... Read More

Male

Alyss

Harmony.. ... Read More

Male

Ama

From Scotland.. ... Read More

Male

Anchoret

The name Anchoret is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Anchoret is "loved". Anchoret is generally used as a girl ... Read More

Female

Aneirin

The name Aneirin is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Aneirin is "all gold, very precious". Aneirin is generally ... Read More

Male

Aneurin

The name Aneurin is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Aneurin is "all gold, very precious". Aneurin is generally ... Read More

Male

Angharad

The name Angharad is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Angharad is "very loving". Angharad is generally used as ... Read More

Female

Angharat

The name Angharat is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Angharat is "more love". Angharat is generally used as a ... Read More

Female

Antinio

A form of the German Alice, meaning nobility.. ... Read More

Female

Anyon

The name Anyon is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Anyon is "anvil". Anyon is generally used as a boy's name. I ... Read More

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April

Legendary son of Don.. ... Read More

Male

Arawn

The name Arawn is of Welsh origin. The meaning of Arawn is "unrestrained wildness". Arawn is generally used as ... Read More

Male

Arcitenens

Emperor.. ... Read More

Male

Ardent

The Ardent ... Read More

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Ardinia

Legendary son of Arthur.. ... Read More

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Arianda

The one who is holy and serene ... Read More

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Welsh Names

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The origin of a name can be very important if you are looking to find a baby name that is related to your own family or part of your culture.

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Perhaps you want to choose a unique name that sets your child apart; maybe you want to choose a family name that has deep meaning to you; or maybe you just want a pretty name that’s fun or easy to say.

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People give certain names to their children for various reasons – to honor someone, like a favored relative or famous person (like your uncle Michael, or John F. Kennedy); because the name itself translates to something special (like my name, Timothy, translates to “serving God”), to provide a sense of uniqueness in the world (like the name of someone I knew in college gave to her daughter – Tanji), or to be frivolous (as in the case of parents who might name their child “Lucifer” or “Messiah” or “23”). In some cultures which use descriptive phrases or nouns for names, as in some Native American tribes, it is seen as bestowing the gifts or talents described in the phrase, such as Running Rabbit or Flying Arrow.

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