Origin:British
Popularity:1551
Meaning:At the byres; place by the cowsheds
Byron is a masculine name of British origin derived from the Old English phrase æt ðǽm bȳrum meaning “at the byres” or “place by the cowsheds.” Originally used as a surname, Byron was given to those who worked with cattle. Nowadays, this name has a historical appeal, with parents deciding to name baby after renowned 19th-century poet Lord Byron. Choosing Byron for baby will undoubtedly spark a creative mind and heart in your little one.

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  • Lord Byron
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