Brody comes from a Scottish, Irish, and English surname, a variant spelling of Brodie, a habitational name with several possible meanings: it could be derived from Gaelic brothach meaning “muddy place”; it could also be derived from Scottish Gaelic brothaigh meaning “rampart” or “fortification”; it’s also possible that Brody could be made up from Old English brad-eage meaning “broad eye”, originally…


Dayton comes from an English surname, a locational surname made up from Old English elements  dic (ditch, dike) and tun (enclosure, settlement) meaning “settlement by the ditch” or “settlement surrounded by a dike”, originally referring to someone who lived near such a place. Origin: Old English Variants: Deighton Deaton Dyton