Baby’s life will go swimmingly with a name like Kelvyn. A variation of Kelvin, it traces back to the Glaswegian river, which obtained its name from the Gaelic phrase caol abhainn, meaning “narrow river.” Kelvin evolved into a male given name when the Northern Irish physicist William Thomson was raised to peerage. He chose the title Baron Kelvin due to his fondness for the tributary that streamed by the University of Glasgow. Perhaps baby will spend their days paddling in a pool, or maybe they will take to a career in science like a duck to water. What is certain is your love for them will be ever-flowing.
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