Other Origin(s):Norse
Meaning:Village in the thicket
Busby comes in strong with its spirited charm that can delight any ear. This masculine name is of Scottish origins, first used as a surname for families from the village of Busby. Meaning “village in the thicket,” Busby must have once been a woodland town encircled by shrubs and trees. Busby also has Old Norse roots, from buskr, meaning “bush shrub.” Busby is the name of the tall furry hats the guards of Buckingham Palace wear. Reminiscent of the Scottish countryside and sporting dapper British vibes, Busby is ideal for the baby who can build a home no matter where they venture.
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