Other Origin(s):French
Meaning:Cow; Holy cow!
If you’re looking to pass on your love of Shakespeare to your little one, why not choose a rare English name that’ll bring out their inner clown? The boy’s name, Lavatch, is shared with a rather pessimistic servant in Shakespeare's comedy, All's Well That Ends Well. Although he is rather nasty at times and embodies the glass-half-empty type, Lavach is also tough and lives his life on his own terms. This Anglicized spelling derives from the French name Lavache, meaning “cow” and also a kind of exclamation, like “holy cow!” With such a name, your little jester will surely boast a wicked sense of humor, making you smile, and their pals laugh any chance they get.
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