As an alternative to Griffin, which happens to be a majestic creature in Greek mythology, the name Griffen shares its interesting etymology. Although a griffin is part-eagle and part-lion, the meaning “hooked nose” focuses entirely on the eagle-half. And since griffins have been known to guard treasures and priceless possessions throughout classical antiquity, naming your precious child Griffen is a heart-warming promise to always keep them safe.
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