Other Origin(s):British, Irish
Meaning:Circle of the sea; Great Queen, Phantom Queen
A name as eminent as your anticipated little sovereign, Morganne comes steeped in majesty. This feminine name has dual roots and comes enriched with Celtic lore. Morganne’s spelling dates back to Middle English, inspired by the Welsh Morcant, meaning “circle of the sea.” Originally a masculine name, the popularity of the Arthurian sorceress, Morgan le Fay, inspired parents to gift this empowering appellation to their daughters. Derived from the Irish Morrigan, Morganne takes on the lofty definition of “Great Queen” or “Phantom Queen” and honors the Irish goddess, the Morrigan. Morganne balances the sea's beauty, femininity’s innate power, and badass macabre vibes—inviting baby to reach their full potential in all aspects of life.
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