Meaning:Enthusiast's hill
Derived from a medieval English surname, Onslowe carries the weight of centuries past. Ideal for honoring familial bonds or English roots, Onslowe is an excellent choice for many reasons. This moniker, a variant of Onslow, can be traced back to Shrewsbury, Shropshire, where it was first used as a regional surname. The family name was first recorded under John de Ondeslowe, who lived during the reign of Richard I. Meaning "enthusiast's hill" in Old English, Onslowe will raise baby to great heights.

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