US Popularity:7060
Other Origin(s):Celtic, Latin
Meaning:Of Lorne; Fox; Of Lawrence; From Laurentum
Give baby a name with plenty of meaning and call them Lornell. Typically given to boys, the name’s origins are not completely certain. Lornell could be a variant of the name Lorne, deriving from the Scottish toponym, which possibly comes from the Old Celtic loverno, meaning “fox.” It could also derive from the name Lawrence, which has Latin roots and means “from Laurentum,” an ancient Roman city. Laurentum translates to “wreathed or crowned with laurel,” a mark of triumph on the wearer, as such a symbol was only given to victors. With a name like Lornell, baby will seemingly be mischievous, skillful, and victorious—a force to be reckoned with.

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