Popularity:8149
Origin:British
Meaning:Hill of heather; Hay clearing; Heathen
Haden is a chic surname-turned first name for boys with Old English and Welsh origins. This dapper title means “hill of heather, hay clearing” and was used by the Anglo-Saxons to describe families who lived in such described areas. Haden may also be a form of Hayden, which comes from the German surname Hadyn and the word heiden, meaning “heathen.” Haden offers a unique alternative to names like Braden, Jaydon, Kaiden, and Aiden and will undoubtedly help baby achieve cool-kid status on the playground.

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