Cornish Baby Names With Meanings

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Cornish Baby Names List

ArthekAn old Cornish name derived from the Celtic word arto, which means bear.Boy
ArthyenCornish form of the Welsh name Arthen. It means bear born.Boy
AustolThe name of a Breton saint who came to Cornwall. It's also a Cornish place name.Boy
BeatenA form of Beatrix, meaning she who makes happy.Girl
BenesekCornish form of Benedict, derived from Latin word benedictus, which means blessed.Boy
BennathCornish vocabulary name meaning a blessing.Girl
BerlewenCornish vocabulary name meaning Venus.Girl
BersabaCornish medieval form of Bathsheba meaning oath, or voluptuous.Girl
BeryanName of an Irish princess renowned for her healing abilities.Girl
BraeA hillBoy
BranokCornish name derived from Celtic word brano, which means raven, crow.Boy
BreockA famous and mighty princeBoy
BronnenA rushGirl
BryokA shortened form of Briafael, meaning mighty prince.Boy
CadanA variant of Cadell and Kaden. It means battle or companion.Boy
CadwurWarrior or soldier.Boy
CarantokThe name is derived from the Celtic word karant, which means friend.Boy
CarlyonFrom the slate earthworks.Boy
CasekA form of Cadok, meaning battle.Boy
CasworanOne who is powerful in battle.Boy
CasworonAn old Cornish name meaning battle hero.Boy
ClemoThe Cornish diminutive of Clement or Clemence. It means mild or mercifulBoy
ClesekAn old Cornish name derived from the word clos, which means fame.Boy
ConwennaOne who is white, fair and blessed.Girl
CorentynThe Cornish form of the name Corentin, meaning hero.Boy