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Emlyn: It may look a bit made up, but Emlyn is actually a traditional Welsh name used for boys. Here in the US, it has loads of potential to sit alongside feminine choices like Kaitlyn, Evelyn, and Emmalyn. But Emlyn will catch most by surprise, as it's rather rare in this country. Celtic Baby Names

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Unisex Baby Names From A-Z...MORGAN Traditionally a male Welsh name, Morgan is now used more for girls than boys in the U.S. Meaning "dweller by the sea," Morgan has an undeniably powerful presence, certainly reinforced by famous sorceress Morgan le Fay and actor Morgan Freeman.

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Most Famous Baby Names in USA Every parent think his baby name is well liked and looking for cute baby names. This post explains the meaning and history of the 50 most famous baby names in the United States this year. 25 Most Famous Names for BOYS 1 (most popular). Jacob is a biblical name which has its origins in the Hebrew language. Jacob means 'supplanter' or 'one who grasps the heel;' this is because the biblical Jacob was born holding his twin brother's heel. 2. Michael is a…

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Art, Barris, Cedric -- these are some of the famous Welsh names for boys. Find out more popular names at http://blog.3beesandme.com/welsh-boy-names/

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Dylan: Welsh name, derived from the Celtic word for "sea." It was 2015's most popular summer-inspired name for baby boys. 👶 Source: lebanon-express.com

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Celtic Baby Names

Celtic Names- (a combination of Irish, Welsh, Gaelic, and Scottish names) tend to have a magical, timeless, and musical feel.

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Emlyn: It may look a bit made up, but Emlyn is actually a traditional Welsh name used for boys. Here in the US, it has loads of potential to sit alongside feminine choices like Kaitlyn, Evelyn, and Emmalyn. But Emlyn will catch most by surprise, as it's rather rare in this country. Celtic Baby Names

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The Name #Morgan in 3D coloured lights. The name #Morgan, is a Welsh or Breton given name. In the UK and Ireland it is traditionally a male name, though also increasingly used for girls too. The male and female names may not be the same name in origin. The male name is a descendant of Old Welsh Morcant, possibly derived from mor (meaning "sea") and cant (meaning "circle").

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Popular British Baby Names for your Baby According to the British statistics for 2007, the most popular boy’s names are from Hebrew, Welsh, English, American and Irish. http://groundreport.com/popular-british-baby-names-for-your-baby-2/

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