Other Origin(s):Arabic, Irish, Welsh
Meaning:Strength; Gentle; Loyal; Resilient; Spirit of battle; Son of Cadan; Companion
Caydon is a unique boy's name with British, Welsh, Irish, and Arabic roots. Its original source of inspiration is likely Cade, which means "strength" and "gentle" in Old English. Around the same time, Cadell cropped up in the Welsh language, adding similar vibes with "loyal," "resilient," and "spirit of battle." You'll even find some traces of Irish charm in Cayden, thanks to Cathán, Callan, and the surname McCadden, meaning "son of Cadán." As if that wasn't enough to win you over, it's also super close to the Arabic form Kaden, which translates to "companion." What a name! Whichever version speaks to their heritage, your darling Caydon will surely embody their namesake's fierce and unstoppable nature.
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