Meaning:Meadow near the weir
The name of several towns throughout England, Warley is a surname derived from the place name, making grounds as a handsome personal title. Favored for boys, Warley comes from the Old English elements wær and lēah, with the idyllic meaning “meadow across the weir.” A weir is a low dam built across a river to raise its level or regulate flow, granting Warley a dynamic, watery flair. As for baby Warley, this dashing title may remind your little one to let go of resistance and surrender to the flow when life’s waves get choppy.
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