Other Origin(s):Scottish
Meaning:Clearing; Red
Redd is a boy’s name of British and Scottish origin, meaning “clearing” and “red.” A title perfectly suited for a head of luscious red hair, Redd derives from the Middle English surnames Reed and Rede, often belonging to fiery-haired families. For the badass and the brave, Redd lends a devil-may-care vibe with its double “d” spelling and crimson imagery. Nintendo’s Animal Crossing franchise features a crafty fox named Redd who sells artwork for the museum. American country singer-songwriter Henry Ellis Stewart donned the pseudonym Redd Stewarts and is legendary for his contributions to music. Whether drawn to its British and Scottish heritage, western charm, or simply love the color red, Redd makes a dapper title for your rose-cheeked cherub.
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