Other Origin(s):Gaelic
Meaning:Lately, recently; Anew, afresh; Someone who lived on newly acquired land; Son of the poet
Introduce your brand new little one to the world with a fitting name like Newly. A gender-neutral moniker, Newly has English and Gaelic origins. The first root may be fairly obvious, as it comes from the word of the same spelling meaning, “lately,” “recently,” “anew,” or “afresh.” Newly was also an English surname for “someone who lived on newly acquired land,” coming from the placename Newland. Finally, this refreshing moniker also has ties to the Scottish and Irish surname McNeilly, derived from Mac an Fhilidh, which means “son of the poet.” Give baby the chance to create their life from scratch with the inspirational title Newly.

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