Bailey

Bailey is a unisex given name which comes from an English surname with several possible meanings: it's an occupational surname meaning "bailiff", referring to someone who was an officer of the court, similar to a sheriff or a sheriff's deputy in charge with keeping order; it derives from Latin bāiulus (carrier, porter; manager, steward); it also … Continue reading Bailey

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Warren

Warren comes from an English surname with a few possible origins: it could be derived from Norman French warrene meaning "animal enclosure" or "game park" possibly originating from Gaulish *varenna (enclosed area) from *varros (stick, post); it may also refer to someone who lived near a game park; it may be derived from a town called La Varenne in Normandy, France; … Continue reading Warren

Taylor

Taylor comes from an English surname from Old French tailleor from Latin taliere meaning "to cut, to split" from Latin talea (slender stick, rod, staff; twig). It was originally an occupational surname referring to someone who worked as a tailor. Origin: Latin Variants: Tayler (unisex) Tayla (female)