Other Origin(s):French
Versatile and unique, this moniker boasts quite the background. Warriner originated as an occupational name bestowed upon someone who would watch over game, also known as a gamekeeper. It came from the Old French warrennier and means “watchman,” making for a fitting choice for curious little babies. Both a given name and a surname, Warriner has Old English roots and is thought to have originated around the 10th century, offering a classic aura to the moniker.
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