Arwen

Arwen Meaning and Origin

The name Arwen is a girl’s name meaning royal maiden and is of Welsh origin. The name Arwen is of Welsh origin and is derived from the elements “ar” meaning “noble” or “royal,” and “wen” meaning “white” or “fair.” Therefore, the name Arwen can be interpreted to mean “noble maiden” or “fair lady.” The name Arwen has its roots in Welsh mythology and literature. It gained significant popularity through the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, particularly in his renowned high-fantasy novel “The Lord of the Rings.” In Tolkien’s fictional Elvish language (Sindarin), Arwen Undómiel, often referred to simply as Arwen, is a half-elf character, known for her beauty, wisdom, and love story with Aragorn, the story’s hero. Before Tolkien’s works, the name Arwen was not commonly used as a given name. However, due to the immense success of “The Lord of the Rings” series and the subsequent film adaptations, Arwen gained popularity as a baby name, especially among fans of the fantasy genre and admirers of Tolkien’s world. Its rise in popularity continued beyond the release of the films. Arwen is a name with a sense of timeless elegance and mythical allure. It evokes an air of grace and nobility, befitting a character from the pages of an ancient legend.

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