Branwell

Branwell is a variant of Bramwell, an English surname originating as a locational name for someone who came from a place called Bramwell. The name is made up of Old English elements brom (broom, gorse) and well(a) (spring, stream). Nicknames: Bran Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Bramwell (English)  

Bromeliad

Bromeliad (pr. bro-MILL-ee-ad) is the name of a tropical American plant, used and cultivated as food though now commonly used as houseplants. It was named in honor of Swedish botanist Olaf Bromel. The closest I could find to the surname's origin and meaning is that it might possibly be from an English surname composed of Old …

Enya

Enya is the anglicized form of Eithne, an Irish female name meaning "kernel, grain" (though it's also been anglicized as Edna and Etna). However, some sources cite it as a feminine form of Aidan,which comes from Old Irish áed with the diminutive suffix -an meaning "little fire" or "little fiery one" although it seems to be a stretch; and it …

Brandy

Brandy is the name of an alcoholic drink, the shortened for of brandywine which is derived from Dutch brandewijn meaning "distilled wine" or "burnt wine". It could also be a short form, or a feminine form, of Brandon, an English surname derived from a place name meaning “hill covered with broom” from Old English brom (broom, gorse) and dun (hill), likely referring to someone …

Brandon

Brandon is from an English surname derived from a place name meaning "hill covered with broom" from Old English brom (broom, gorse) and dun (hill), likely referring to someone who lived near a place covered with gorse or broom shrubs. However, Brandon could also be derived from Old French brandon from Frankish *brand meaning "firebrand, torch, sword" which ultimately comes from Proto-Germanic *brandaz, a …