Meaning:Winter wood, winter enclosure; Pale man's settlement
Wentworth is a British surname and habitation name of Old English and Anglo-Saxon origin. Believed to derive from Winteworde, Wentworth holds with the winter wonderland meanings of “winter wood” or “winter enclosure.” As a name describing a town or farmstead, Wentworth is also thought to mean “pale man’s settlement.” Some consider that Wentworth once referred to places only inhabited during the winter. A name replete with images of snow-laden trees and white rolling hills, Wentworth’s posh and confident sound will help your little one make a grand first impression.
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