Bevan Meaning and Origin

Bevan is a girl’s Welsh name meaning: “son of Evan.” The name Bevan is of Welsh origin and is derived from the Welsh personal name “Beibhinn” or “Beibhinn” (pronounced bay-vin), which means “son of Evan.” Evan is a Welsh form of the name John, which itself has Hebrew origins and means “God is gracious.” Bevan has its roots in Wales, where it was traditionally used as a surname to indicate the son of someone named Evan. Over time, it evolved into a given name and is now used as both a first name and a surname in various English-speaking countries.

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