Cornish Baby Names, Names Of Cornish Origin

Cornish Baby NamesCornish is still spoken today. The Cornish language has roots in the ancient language called British, an old Celtic language no longer in use today. Wales and Cornwall share much of their ancient lore, mythology and even names. Cornish baby names are unique and historic. If you like Cornish names, check out our collection of Cornish baby names for your little boys or girls.

Baby NameMeaningGender
AlanFair: Handsome. See Also Allen.Male
AlisBrother Of CligesMale
CadorNephew Of Arthur (Thirteenth Century)Male
CarrickFrom The Rocky HeadlandMale
ColanAbbreviation Of Nicholas People's Victory.Male
DemelzaFortified. A Place Name In Cornwall.Female
DenzelA Place-Name In Cornwall.Male
DenzellVariant Of Denzel - A Place In Cornwall.Male
DenzilVariant Of Denzel - A Place In Cornwall.Male
EleanorShining Light. Variant Of Helen.Female
GlenFrom The ValleyMale
GlennFrom The ValleyMale
GlennaOf The GlenFemale
GlynFrom The ValleyMale
GlynnFrom The Valley.Male
GwenMythical Son Of GwastadMale
GwennOf The White BrowFemale
HayleLives In The HallMale
JenaVariation Of Jenny Which Is A Diminutive Of Jane And Jennifer.Female
JeniWhite; SoftFemale
JeniferVariant Of Jennifer Common In Cornwall. Derived From Guinevere. In Arthurian Mythology Guinevere Was Arthur's Queen.Female

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