Brighton

English, “bright settlement”.

Knightley

English, “woodland where knights reside” or “clearing of the knights.”

Lumen

Latin, “light” or “bright.”

Teddy

English, “wealthy guardian.”

Ennis

Irish, “island” or “meadow.”

Ty

A short form of names like Tyler or Tyson.

Ren

Japanese and Chinese, “water lily” or “benevolent.”

Bryn

Welsh, “hill” or “mound.”

Zen

Japanese, “meditation” or “absorption.”

Cyrille

French and Greek, ‘lord’ or ‘master.’

Grier

Scottish, “son of Gregory.”

Denali

Native American, “the high one” or “the great one.”

Renley

English, meaning unknown.

Artemis

Greek, “safe” or “sound.”

Aidan

Irish, “fiery” or “little fire.”

Brayden

Irish, “son of the spirited one” or “descendant of the fiery one.”

Rafferty

Irish, “prosperous” or “abundant.”

Beckett

English, “stream” or “brook.”

Christian

Latin, “follower of Christ” or “belonging to Christ.”

Cody

Irish, “helpful.”

Bryce

Scottish, “to crack” or “to split.”

Hollis

Old English, “hollow” or “deep valley.”

Glenn

Celtic, “valley.”

Tal

Hebrew, “morning dew.”

Sunny

English word name.

Marin

Latin, “of the sea” or “marine.”

March

English word name.

Sable

French, “black” or “sable fur.”

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