Other Origin(s):French
Meaning:Ingenuity; Cunning, trickery
By naming your little one Gayne, your household will gain a bouncy and animated spirit. Originally an English and Scottish last name, today, Gayne is typically given to both boys and girls as a first name. It stems from the Old French term engaingne, which translates to “ingenuity,” “cunning,” and “trickery.” Baby Gayne could become a fun-loving inventor, creating new ways to prank their friends and maybe you, too. Give your little troublemaker a title that fits their mischievous spirit with the name Gayne.

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