Cornish Baby Names With Meanings
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Cornish Baby Names List
|Arthek||An old Cornish name derived from the Celtic word arto, which means bear.||Boy|
|Arthyen||Cornish form of the Welsh name Arthen. It means bear born.||Boy|
|Austol||The name of a Breton saint who came to Cornwall. It's also a Cornish place name.||Boy|
|Beaten||A form of Beatrix, meaning she who makes happy.||Girl|
|Benesek||Cornish form of Benedict, derived from Latin word benedictus, which means blessed.||Boy|
|Bennath||Cornish vocabulary name meaning a blessing.||Girl|
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|Berlewen||Cornish vocabulary name meaning Venus.||Girl|
|Bersaba||Cornish medieval form of Bathsheba meaning oath, or voluptuous.||Girl|
|Beryan||Name of an Irish princess renowned for her healing abilities.||Girl|
|Branok||Cornish name derived from Celtic word brano, which means raven, crow.||Boy|
|Breock||A famous and mighty prince||Boy|
|Bryok||A shortened form of Briafael, meaning mighty prince.||Boy|
|Cadan||A variant of Cadell and Kaden. It means battle or companion.||Boy|
|Cadwur||Warrior or soldier.||Boy|
|Carantok||The name is derived from the Celtic word karant, which means friend.||Boy|
|Carlyon||From the slate earthworks.||Boy|
|Casek||A form of Cadok, meaning battle.||Boy|
|Casworan||One who is powerful in battle.||Boy|
|Casworon||An old Cornish name meaning battle hero.||Boy|
|Clemo||The Cornish diminutive of Clement or Clemence. It means mild or merciful||Boy|
|Clesek||An old Cornish name derived from the word clos, which means fame.||Boy|
|Conwenna||One who is white, fair and blessed.||Girl|
|Corentyn||The Cornish form of the name Corentin, meaning hero.||Boy|