The name Kaydence has traveled far to be where it is today. Derived from the late Middle English word cadence, Kaydence means “rhythm, flow” and ultimately comes from the Latin verb cadere, meaning “to fall.” Cadence graced the English language in the 14th century, capturing the articulate hearts of musicians and poets, referring to rhythmic chants, words, and sounds. Kaydence is a stylish and modern take on the centuries-old word, creating a new name perfect for those with rhythm-lovin' hips and feet. If a family of musicians and dancers is waiting to welcome your new arrival, Kaydence is an ideal appellation that'll help baby fit right in!
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