Cornish Baby Names

Cornish baby names -- names with Celtic roots connected to the gorgeous southwest corner of England -- are an evocative group. Some Cornish baby names you might want to consider for your child include:

  • Keyne

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    This name is unusual enough that the spelling variation won't be too much of a further complication. While the Biblical cognate Cain may be more classic, this removes the name from any negative... Read More 

  • Kitto

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    Sounds a bit like a board game. Read More 

  • Mabyn

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    This rare sixth-century saint's name has a modern, merry feel. Read More 

  • Mirren

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    Mirren is one modern spelling of a mysterious group of names that all seem to derive from the sixth century Irish saint Mirin who emigrated to Scotland and now is the patron saint of both the... Read More 

  • Pascoe

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    Pascoe was popular in medieval times and is definitely deserving of revival, especially for a child born in the Easter season. Other spellings are Pasco and Pascow.Read More 

  • Penrose

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    Penrose, an ancient place-name and surname derived from several villages in Cornwall, Wales, and the Welsh border country of England, might work as a first name though we feel the second syllable... Read More 

  • Pixie

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    Pixie is a cute -- quite possibly too cute -- name that suddenly feels possible thanks to the craze for names that contain the letter x. Though its origin may be uncertain, a pixie is... Read More 

  • Rumo

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    Ancient martyr name that sounds totally modern, but perhaps too close to rumor. Read More 

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