Origin:Gaelic
Popularity:1912
Meaning:yellow
Blaine is a gender-neutral name of Gaelic and Scottish origins, meaning "yellow." Bright and bubbly Blaine is the anglicized version of the old Irish word "blá," which translates to yellow. The name came to exist through the 6th Century Scottish saint, Saint Bláan. Born on the western Isle of Bute, educated in Ireland, and returning to Scotland to live, Saint Bláan has become legendary among the Irish and Scottish alike. Blaine is a well-known surname today and is borne by illusionist and escape artist David Blaine. With a golden name like this, there's no doubt that you will become enchanted by your magical little one.

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Source: Social Security Administration

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