Meaning:Valley of the spring; Spring glade
Celebrate baby’s arrival with the feminine name Kensley. With medieval English origins, Kensley is derived from the Old English surname Kinsley, and means “valley of the spring” or “spring glade.” The name is a combination of the Old Nordic word kelda, meaning “spring” or “well,” and the Old English word lēah, meaning “clearing” or “glade.” Evoking images of springtime and morning dew, this name feels synonymous with new beginnings, renewal, and hope. Some delightful nickname options for this cheerful name include Ken, Kenny, and Lee.
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