First Name - Meaning and origin

First Name - Meaning and origin

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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Celts, Originals, Rare

Meaning of the name:

Kevan is a masculine given name from the old Gaelic "caomhghin", meaning "good race, happy birth".
The eminently Irish roots of Kevan did not slow down the popularity of this name in Britain between the 1960s and 1965. It was also very popular elsewhere in Europe around the 1980s. This name has a rather unexpected grace in France.


No known Kevan yet ... your little wonder, perhaps!

Kevan's patron saint is Kevin of Glendalough, a Catholic Orthodox and abbot in the Irish region of Wicklow. In the Orthodox Church as in the Roman Catholic Church, Saint Kevin is celebrated on June 3rd.

His character :

Kevan the "well-born" is passionate and enthusiastic. A real ray of sunshine. He is also very frank and does not go out of his way to say the essence of his thoughts, nor to make decisions. In society, he is funny, leader but also very attentive to his relatives and people he appreciates.


Kevin, Kevin

His party :

June 3rd.

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