Other Origin(s):British, French
Meaning:Territory; Glade; Ground, soil
When searching for an elemental name for your little sprout, it doesn’t get much earthier than Land. Its down-to-earth roots grow all the way back to the Proto-Germanic landja, where it traveled and evolved through several languages holding the meanings “territory,” “glade,” “ground,” and “soil.” Sprouting to life as an Old English surname inspired by the Norman Conquest of 1066, masculine Land comes brimming with history for baby to explore as they flourish and blossom.

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  • Edwin Land

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