Other Origin(s):German
Meaning:Land by the road; Battle; Brave
Wayland is a unique masculine name of Old English origin. Derived from the surname Weland, it originated from the ancient Germanic Wēland, which is thought to mean “battle” or “brave,” perfect for reminding baby of their strength. Wayland is also a placename that means “land by the road,” making for quite a subtle choice for parents and caregivers looking for a geographical moniker for baby.
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