Origin:Scottish
Popularity:2475
Meaning:son of the marsh-dwellers
Carsen is a boy’s name of Scottish origin. This name translates to “son of the marsh-dwellers” and in the past was mainly used as a surname. Carsen is a slight variation on the more common spelling Carson, which most will be familiar with as the names of TV personalities Carson Daly and Carson Kressley, as well as renowned author Carson McCullers who penned The Heart is a Lonely Hunter. Carsen’s alternative spelling draws it a touch closer to its Scottish heritage, perfect if you want to honor your own family’s roots.

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Source: Social Security Administration

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