Other Origin(s):Latin
Meaning:Enclosed valley; Field, open country; Battlefield
Kamdon is a gender-neutral name of Old English inspiration. It is a variation of Camden, which was originally a habitational surname taken from the Gloucestershire town Chipping Campden or village Broad Campden. Both trace back to the terms camp, meaning “enclosure,” and denu, signifying “valley.” Camden also stems from the Latin word campus, translating to “field,” “open country,” and “battlefield.” Although unrelated, Kamdon’s homonym, Camden Town in London, is a bustling and trendy location for creatives to join together. It has also been home to literary greats like John Keats and Charles Dickens. Perhaps baby Kamdon will take inspiration from this iconic melting pot and become a legend of fashion, music, or whatever else their heart desires.
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