Other Origin(s):Arabic, French, Hebrew
Meaning:Son of the warrior; Possession, acquisition
A name that exudes prosperity and courage, Caine is not for the faint of heart. This masculine title has multiple origins as a surname and personal name in Irish, Arabic, and Hebrew. As an Irish surname, Caine derives from O’Cathain, meaning “son of the warrior,” lending a lively edge to your little one. Caine is also a French surname with an unsavory meaning, derived from a nickname for an ill-tempered person. Caine’s roots spread further to Arabic and Hebrew, from Cain, meaning “possession” and “acquisition.” If you can feel baby’s warrior spirit growing, Caine is a fitting crown to bestow.
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