Meaning:Hill of heather
Lovers of all things classical and traditional should most certainly consider this prestigious title for their little bundle of joy. Of Old English origin, Haddin is typically masculine and can be found as both a given name and a surname. Meaning “hill of heather,” it is believed to have come from a place named Hadden Hill in the county of Stafford in the United Kingdom. It evokes beautiful images of the rolling hills of the countryside and is a wonderful choice for keeping baby connected to their heritage.
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