Blythe

Blythe Meaning and Origin

Blythe is an unexpected name that’s light, fresh, spunky, and bubbly with a joyous meaning. Blythe (blithe) is a girl’s name of English origin, meaning: “cheerful, joyous.” The name is from Old English bliþe (“joyous, merry, cheerful, pleasant”), from Germanic *blithiz (“gentle, kind”), — the same root of the word bliss. Blythe was a given name used by the Puritans in the 16th century in some cases record as the feminine form Blitha and the masculine form Blyth. The name was also once used as a nickname for a cheerful person. It was first used as a given name in the late 19th century, and it has remained a popular choice for parents ever since. A famous bearer of this name is Drew Blythe Barrymore (American actress). Blythe is associated with positive qualities such as happiness, joy, and carefree spirit.

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