Other Origin(s):Hungarian, Welsh
Meaning:Innocent; Island
Keep baby forever young with the masculine name Ince. Of Hungarian and English origin, Ince is both a given name and a surname that means “innocent.” It is thought to be a topographic moniker that originated in the region of Ince in Cheshire, England. Ince is believed to have been borne by an ancient English family who lived near a significant landmark such as a hill or a stream, making for a fitting choice that honors baby’s heritage. Ince is also thought to have Welsh roots, stemming from the word isle, which means “island.”
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