US Popularity:7637
Other Origin(s):Gaelic, Scottish
Meaning:Head land; Royal bravery; Royal guard
If you are searching for a name steeped in history, perhaps Kinnard is the one for you. The masculine moniker originated in Middle English, coming from the Old English Cyneheard or Cyneweard, either translating to “royal bravery” or “royal guard.” Kinnard also has medieval Scottish roots, as it was a territorial surname. Stemming from the Old Gaelic ceann and ard, it means “headland.” With a name like Kinnard, baby will rule with grace and wear their crown with pride, keeping their empire—or family—safe.

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