Other Origin(s):Welsh
Meaning:Fighter; Beautiful; Blessed; Precious jewel
If you can already feel baby’s warrior spirit, you may like Keyne for its Irish roots. Keyne is a gender-neutral name derived from the surname O’Cahan, where it borrows its meaning “fighter.” Keyne also has origins in Welsh, where it stems from the names Keyna and Ceinwein, meaning “precious jewel,” “beautiful,” and “blessed.” An appellation that showers baby with compliments will surely boost their self-esteem. Parents may be fascinated to know there’s a village in Cornwall called St Keynes, after the influential Welsh princess and holy woman, Keyne. Keyne offers baby a flexible and stylish name, whether they pursue the path of warrior, royalty, or righteousness.

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