Mackenzie Meaning and Origin

The name Mackenzie is a girl’s name meaning “son of Kenneth” and is of Scottish origin. It is also derived from the Gaelic name “MacCoinnich,” which means “son of Coinneach.” Coinneach is a Gaelic name that means “handsome” or “comely.” Mackenzie was traditionally a male name, but it has become increasingly popular as a female name in recent years. It has been a popular name in Scotland since the 19th century, and it spread to other English-speaking countries in the 20th century. In addition to being used as a given name, Mackenzie is also a surname. It is one of the most common surnames in Scotland, and it is also found in other English-speaking countries. Mackenzie is a name with a strong Scottish heritage and a modern, unisex feel.

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