Meaning:Meadow where broom grows
For the oh-so-dapper baby who simply must have a nature name, Bromley offers a handsome masculine title. From the Old English words brōm, meaning “broom” or bræmbel, “bramble,” and lēah, meaning “wood clearing” or “meadow,” Bromley means “broom meadow.” Broom is a vibrant yellow version of the heather plant, bringing to mind gorgeous pastures filled with sun-shiny flowers. Bromley is a place name for many towns throughout England, which inspired its use as a surname and now a studly contender for your dashing tot.
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