Chadwick

Chadwick comes from an English surname derived from several place names in England meaning “Chad’s settlement” or “settlement belonging to Chad”, Chad being a given name from Old English Ceadda, possibly derived from Welsh cad meaning “battle”; combined with -wick meaning “settlement, abode, village”.

Origin: Old English, Welsh

 

 

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