Meaning:Dry wood; River bend
This surname-turned-first-name has a whole lot of vintage charm packed into its six letters. Truett has Old English roots and is a habitational name from England's Northumbria. It means both "river bend," from the Old English word wiht, as well as "dry wood," from the Old Norse word tyri, giving it a hidden, earthy feel that can help baby to feel at home wherever he travels_._
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