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Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, has a decidedly un-Welsh name. But browse through our list to find plenty of traditional Welsh baby names and their meanings. One of our favorites: Owain (meaning “young warrior”).
Welsh: From the mouth of the river
Arabic: Virgin, unblemished pearl, untrodden sand
Teutonic: Loved by all
Punch up the dated Andrew with it's more exotic, European variation: Andreas. This name is still pretty popular across Europe...
Latin: From the cultivated land
Welsh: Cried over
Discerning parents may be trying Aryana on for size more and more in the future. It has the same familiar pronunciation as...
Welsh: From Baddon
Returns Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake
Welsh: Legendary brother in law of the Virgin Mary
Celtic: Name of a king
Welsh: Blessed raven
Celtic: Young soldier
Welsh: Son of Evan.
English: Broad; a nickname for Bradley and other names beginning with Brad-.
This Celtic name is widespread in Ireland, partially due to the renown of Brian Boru, a high king and great national hero...
Welsh: From the hill
Caden, along with it's rhyming brothers Aiden, Braedon and Jaden, has a modern appeal that's become mega fashionable.
Hebrew: Acquired; In the Bible, Cain was the son of Adam and Eve.
Celtic: Near the castle
Irish: Near the castle