Other Origin(s):French
Meaning:Oak grove
Ever-enduring as the earthly masterpiece it points to, Chesney is a gender neutral name of English origin, signifying someone or something of the “oak grove.” Taken from the surname Chesne or Du Chesne, which comes from the old French word chesnai, Chesney is a chime of true thanksgiving to nature for the beauty that oaks behold in their deep-brown bark and soaring branches. A daily bread to furry woodland beings and a place that crawling critters call “home,” oaks are the foundation of every forest and a fountain of life freely given. Charitable as the tree it represents, Chesney is sure to inspire the lover in your little one.
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