Bryce

Bryce Meaning and Origin

The name Bryce is of Scottish origin and is derived from the Old Norse name “Brjótr” meaning “to crack” or “to split”. It likely referred to someone who lived near a place where the land had been broken or cleared. Bryce has been a moderately popular name in English-speaking countries. It gained popularity particularly in the United States during the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Bryce is a name that exudes strength and charm. With its crisp sounds and modern appeal, Bryce carries a sense of ruggedness yet remains approachable and friendly. Famous People: Bryce Dallas Howard: An American actress and director known for her roles in films like “Jurassic World” and “The Help”. Bryce Harper: An American professional baseball player who has played for the Philadelphia Phillies in Major League Baseball (MLB). Bryce Courtenay: A South African-Australian author known for his novels such as “The Power of One” and “Tandia”.

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