Other Origin(s):Irish, Latin, Norse
Meaning:Land cleared for cultivation by burning; The hill of gorse, hill where broom grows; Prince, king
An English boy’s name of Latin, Norse, and Irish origin, Brenne has a number of fruitful meanings and is often used as a last name. Commonly derived from Brenden, Brenne in Norse means “land cleared for cultivation by burning” and in Old English means “the hill of gorse” or “hill where broom grows.” While these meanings are abundant and full of nature, baby should also remember that Brenden comes from the Irish Bréanann and translates to “prince” or “king,” giving them a regal flair. Baby Brenne will undoubtedly feel proud to have a name as powerful as Brenne.
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