Other Origin(s):British
Sayre is a masculine name of Welsh origin, meaning “wood-worker.” It is also a Norman surname that was brought to England in the 1000s and first settled in Essex. It has an abundance of variations, including Sayer, which was once the name for someone who made announcements or a town crier. It is a lovely name for babbly babies who you think might have a way with words or those who live close to a forest or woodland.
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