Other Origin(s):British
Meaning:Village with a church
For a delightfully sweet and uplifting appellation, Kerby won’t lead you astray. Kerby is a masculine surname turned first name and variant of Kirby. This adorable title means “village with a church” and dates back to the Norman Conquest of England when many new words were introduced to the English language. A habitation name, Kirby and Kerby belonged to several families who lived in towns with churches throughout the country. Kerby is ultimately German in origin, making this not only a historical name but a well-traveled title for your new arrival.
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