Herin is a unique masculine name of Celtic origin that dates all the way back to the 10th century. Meaning “horse lord,” it was often borne by tall or long-legged people, making for a great choice if you have a feeling baby will be tall. Herin comes from the Old English word heiroun, which means “heron,” relating to the long-legged and long-necked coastal bird. In Celtic culture, herons are symbols of persistence, longevity, peace, and vigilance, all wonderful traits sure to come to your little one with the name Herin.
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