Popularity:26171
Origin:Scottish
Other Origin(s):Gaelic
Meaning:At the head of the quagmire or pass; The head of the battle
Give baby a name that connects them to their Scottish roots, like Kinkade. This masculine moniker was originally a surname used by the clan who lived in Kincaid, in Stirlingshire, Scotland. It has over 50 different spellings, including Kincaid, Kynked, Kingcade, and more. The name is thought to have Gaelic roots. Coming from ceann caidhe or ceann cadha, it means “at the head of the quagmire or pass.” Another translation suggests it could signify “the head of the battle,” from ceann cath. With the strength of their clan at heart, baby will combat and debate, making their way to the top of whatever field they choose. Baby Kinkade is certainly born to be a leader.
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