Other Origin(s):British, German
Meaning:From The Netherlands; Of the people
Parents who are looking for a name that evokes images of windmills, tulip fields, wooden clogs, bicycles, and glittering canals will love the name Dutch. A boy’s name of—you guessed it—Dutch origin, it also has roots in German and Middle English. The name is a nickname commonly used to describe someone who hails from The Netherlands, and it is also the name of the language most commonly spoken there, marking this as an apt choice for Hollandophiles. Etymologically, Dutch can also be traced back to Old English, giving it a definition of “belonging to the people” or “of the people,” as well as an extra layer of meaning. Your little Dutch is sure to proudly wear the name!
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