- Name :burne
- Meaning :a plume or stream,the brook
- Gender :Boy
Similar Names For burne
- Evelinaevelina as a girl's name is of norman origin. latinate form of evelyn, or the mixture of eve with the suffix-lina. literary: name of fanny burney ' s popular 18th-century novel "evelina".,form of evelyn,i longed to
- Cedricbounty,cedric how to a girl's name is pronounced sed-rik. it is the old english origin, and the meaning of cedric is "art and i loved it". the name was invented by sir walter scott for the character cedric of rotherwood in the book "ivanhoe" (1819). it seems to be cerdic, the traditional name of the founder of the kingdom of wessex. cerdic was a saxon, and his name would be also of origin in germanic, although it is not certain. but cedric may also, in connection with the welsh name cedrych meaning "pattern of bounty". the name later acquired a "sissy" image via cedric errol fauntleroy, long-haired, velvet-suited young hero of frances hodgson burnetts 1886 novel "little lord fauntleroy". see also kedrick. the actor sir cedric hardwicke; cedric comedian.,creates name,generous and kind character,love
- Coleridgecoleridge as a name of children altenglischen of origin. name space: in his case, "cole' s ridge", or "dark ridge". english poet samuel taylor coleridge was the author of "the ancient mariner", and the famously unfinished "kubla khan", written under the influence of opium.,crest, where the coal is burned
- CollierA charcoal burner; one who works with charcoal, A charcoal burner, one who works with charcoal
- OsburneThe period of heartiest prosperity or productivity., The period of heartiest prosperity or productivity.
- BarnieFrom the Land That was Burned; Diminutive of Bernard; Brave; Bear; Courageous; Son of Comfort, From the Land That was Burned, Diminutive of Bernard, Brave, Bear, Courageous, Son of Comfort
- Burnella burning of the hill,burnell, as young is the name of old french origin, and the importance of the burnell the "little brown".
- BarnettLeader; From the Land That was Burned; Noble Man, Leader, From the Land That was Burned, Noble Man
- Orvillegolden city,golden city,golden village,orville how a young man by the name is pronounced or vile. it is the old french origin, and the meaning of orville is "golden city". this name was invented by fanny burney for a character in her 18th-century novel "evelina". inventor/aviators orville wright.
- BarnetOf Honorable Birth; From the Land That was Burned, Of Honorable Birth, From the Land That was Burned
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