A cognate of the biblical Absalom, which is derived from the Hebrew ‘abshālōm’ (the father is peace).
A German baby name meaning ‘From the kettle shaped hollow.’
From the more traditional name Caden, which is derived from a Gaelic surname, Mac Cadáin, meaning son of Cadáin.
A possible origin of the name is from the Greek name “Dorios”, meaning’child of the sea’ .
An English baby name meaning ‘Boar town. Hardy; brave.’
An Irish baby name meaning ‘Fair.’
An anglicised form of Fionnlagh and Fionnla, Finley is of the Gaelic elements fionn (white, fair) and laogh (warrior, calf), which translates to “fair-haired warrior.”
A reduced anglicised form of Gaelic Mag Fhionnáin, or from the personal name Fionnán, which is a diminutive of fionn, meaning ‘white’, ‘fair’.
From Old English, græg, meaning ‘gray’. In Scotland and Ireland, it is derived from riabhach ‘brindled’, ‘gray’.
In the Middle Ages, the name was an English and Scottish last name for hunters and bird catchers.
An English baby name meaning ‘God has been gracious; has shown favor.’
In American, it means ‘free.’ From the English word jet, meaning either a airplane powered by a jet engine or a black glossy, semi-precious stone.
An English/Scottish surname, meaning ‘from the small hill.’