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Meaning of the Name Kent

The first name Kent is of Celtic, Welsh, Anglo Saxon, Shakespearean, English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Celtic: Chief
Welsh: White
Anglo Saxon: White
Shakespearean: 'King Henry Iv, Part ' Earl of Kent, One of the King's Party. 'Tragedy of King Lear' Earl of Kent
English: Derived from the English County of Kent
Welsh: Bright White

Similar Names

Kanth | Knut | Kanti | Keenat | Kenda | Kunti | Kendi |

Related Names

Alexander  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Alexander Iden, a Kentish Gentleman. 'The History of Troilus and Cressida' Servant to Cressida
Clark  (English)
Derived from a Surname Meaning Cleric or Clerk. Famous People: American Actor Clark Gable; Fictional Character Clark Kent, Alias Superman
Iden  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Alexander Iden, a Kentish Gentleman
Kendal  (English)
Royal Valley. Derived from a Place Name and Surname 'Cumbrian', Which Means 'Valley of the River Kent'
Kendal  (English)
Royal Valley, Referring to Kent in England
Kendale  (English)
Royal Valley. Surname Referring to Kent in England
Kendall  (English)
Valley of the River Kent
Kendall  (English)
Variant of Kendal: Royal Valley. Derived from a Place Name and Surname 'Cumbrian', Which Means 'Valley of the River Kent'
Kendall  (English)
Ruler of the Bright River Valley. Surname Referring to Kent in England
Kendall  (English)
Valley of the River Kent
Kendel  (English)
Royal Valley. Surname Referring to Kent in England
Kendell  (English)
Royal Valley. Surname Referring to Kent in England
Kendyl  (English)
Royal Valley, Referring to Kent in England
Kenneth  (Celtic)
Comely, Handsome, Brilliant, Serious, Usually a Good Orator. (Ken, Kenny, Kent)
Kentaro  (Japanese)
Sharp; Big Boy
Kentigem  (Celtic)
Chief
Kentigern  (Celtic)
Chief Lord. Name of the First Bishop of Glasgow
Kenton  (English)
Castle Estate
Kenton  (English)
From the Town of Kent
Kenton  (English)
Royal Chieftain. Derived from the Surname and Place Name, Kent
Kentrell  (English)
Royal Chieftain
Kyndall  (English)
Royal Valley, Referring to Kent in England
Kynton  (English)
From Kent

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