Origin:British
Popularity:1508
Meaning:Child of Maud; child of Matthew; child of a mighty warrior
Madisyn is a feminine British name meaning “child of Maud,” “child of Matthew,” or “child of a mighty warrior.” This powerful name is an alternative spelling of Madison which also means “child of a mighty warrior.” Madisyn has many roots, with some etymologists believing it to be a surname derived from the Hebrew Matthew and others finding connections with the Old Germanic names Matilda or Maud. Madisyn is a name symbolic of strength and familial ties, which will encourage a close, unwavering bond between baby Madisyn and their family.

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Source: Social Security Administration

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