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Cornish Boy Names And Their Meanings
Alfie ― Alfie is Counselor
Arthek ― An old Cornish name derived from the Celtic word arto, which means bear.
Arthyen ― Cornish form of the Welsh name Arthen. It means bear born.
Austol ― The name of a Breton saint who came to Cornwall. It’s also a Cornish place name.
Benesek ― Cornish form of Benedict, derived from Latin word benedictus, which means blessed.
Brae ― A hill
Branok ― Cornish name derived from Celtic word brano, which means raven, crow.
Breock ― A famous and mighty prince
Bryok ― A shortened form of Briafael, meaning mighty prince.
Cadan ― A variant of Cadell and Kaden. It means battle or companion.
Cadwur ― Warrior or soldier.
Carantok ― The name is derived from the Celtic word karant, which means friend.
Carlyon ― From the slate earthworks.
Casek ― A form of Cadok, meaning battle.
Casworan ― One who is powerful in battle.
Casworon ― An old Cornish name meaning battle hero.
Charlie ― One having full rights
Clemo ― The Cornish diminutive of Clement or Clemence. It means mild or merciful
Clesek ― An old Cornish name derived from the word clos, which means fame.
Corentyn ― The Cornish form of the name Corentin, meaning hero.
Costentyn ― The Cornish form of Constantin. It means constant or steady.
Cubert ― Legendary son of Daere.
Cumow ― From Cornwall.
Curnow ― A variant of Curnow meaning from Cornwall.
Enyon ― The name is derived from Latin name Annianus. It means belonging to the gens of Annius.
Gerren ― Gerren is the Cornish equivalent of Geraint. It means old.
Goron ― The name derives from the Celtic word kawaro and means hero.
Gryffyn ― A Cornish form of the Welsh name Griffith. It means lord.
Gwalather ― The name is derived from Welsh word gwaladr, which means leader.
Harry ― House ruler, Pr ince Harry
Hedrek ― The name is derived from the Celtic word hedr, which means bold.
Jack ― One who thinks that the God is gracious
Jacob ― Hebrew – Yahweh may protect; Holder of Heel; Supplanter; Derived from the Yaakov or Yakubel in Hebrew
Jennie ― White wave
Jowan ― Hebrew – Yahweh is gracious, Yahweh is merciful; A variant of name Jovan and John
Kenal ― The name is derived from the ancient British word Cunosaglas, which means generous chief.
Keneder ― The name is derived from ancient British name Cunosetros, which means bold chief.
Kensa ― Kensa means First
Kenver ― Kenver means A Great Leader
Kitto ― Cornish diminutive of Christopher, meaning bearer of Christ.
Leo ― Latin word meaning lion
Locryn ― Cornish form of Locrinus. It’s the name of a region in southeastern Britain.
Logan ― Man from the hollow
Lowen ― Cornish vocabulary name meaning joyful.
Madern ― One who is lucky and fortunate
Margh ― Margh is Cornish form of Mark and means consecrated to the god Mars.
Massen ― Cornish form of Maximus, meaning greatest.
Meryasek ― Cornish form of Meriadoc. It means sea lord.
Minver ― A fair skinned person. Name of a famous Cornish Saint
Oliver ― The one who represents the emblem of peace or olive tree.
Opie ― One who is like a God Almighty
Oscar ― Noorali the brightness of Ali, the nimble of Ali.
Pascoe ― Passover; one who is related to Easter
Pascow ― A variant of Pascal, meaning Easter.
Peran ― Little dark one.
Samuel ― It was told by the God
Sienna ― Reddish brown
Tehan ― Name of a place in Sicily.
Treeve ― Literally, the name means farmstead or one dwelling in town and village.
Tremaine ― Rock settlement
Tremayne ― Rock settlement
Trethowan ― One residing in the farm.
Trevik ― Belongs to the big farm or big estate