US Popularity:5486
Meaning:Rye hill, hill where rye is grown
Help baby rise to every occasion with the name Roydon! This timeless moniker has roots in Old English, first seen in the old Anglo-Saxon tribes of Brittain. This toponymic name, or place-name, derives from the Old English words rygen, meaning “rye” and dun, meaning “hill.” All together, Roydon’s definition comes to “hill where rye is grown.” Since these ancient times, the name has endured and transformed from a surname into a fashionable and distinctive option for baby. Roy, Rod, and Donnie are all nicknames sure to help baby get that bread.

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in 1932
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from 1921
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