If Welsh is known for anything, it is it’s love of consonants. Here, though, we look at some names from the valleys that don’t over-do that love:
– Means hill, mound in Welsh. BRIN
– Welsh meaning strong fighter.
– Welsh form of Hugh.
– Unlike in the US, the name Morgan still persists as a largely male name. It came into the spotlight as a female name due to Morgan le Fay. The name itself means sea circle.
– Meaning beads or rosary.
– Means wheel king in Welsh. ROD-ree.
– Means enthusiasm in Welsh. Pronounced RHEES.
– Means shining brow, from the Welsh tal and iesin, meaning brow and shining respectively. tal-ee-ES-in
– From a Welsh surname which was derived from Welsh bychan meaning little. VAWN.
– Means bird in Welsh. a-DEH-rin.
– Welsh diminuative of Elizabeth. BETH-an.
– From Welsh, meaning beautiful raven. Perfect for parents looking for a tomboy name. BRAN-wen.
– From the Welsh caru, meaning love. KA-ris.
– Means foxglove in Welsh. Pronounced either FEE-on or EFF-ee-on. The former is the correct Welsh pronunciation.
– Means white ring in Welsh. GWEN-da-lin
– Welsh form of Laura.
– Means star in Welsh. SEH-ren
– Derived from Welsh teg, thus meanig fair. The Welsh pronunciation is TEG-an, rhyming with Megan, although many use TEE-gan.