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Meaning of the Name Rowin

The first name Rowin is of Irish origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Irish: Red Haired

Similar Names

Roan | Rohan | Romain | Roman | Ron | Ronan | Ronen | Roni | Ronn | Rowan |

Related Names

Achaicus  (Biblical)
A Native of Achaia, Sorrowing, Sad
Achaicus  (Biblical)
A Native of Achaia, Sorrowing, Sad
Ahlai  (Biblical)
Beseeching, Sorrowing, Expecting
Arista  (Latin)
Goddess of Harvest, to Scatter Over the Ground for Growing
Canice  (Scottish)
Handsome, Comey; a Borrowing from the Irish, Canice is an Anglicized Form of the Gaelic Coinneach (Handsome, Comely)
Crescens  (Biblical)
Growing, Increasing
Crescens  (Biblical)
Growing, Increasing
Crescentia  (Latin)
Growing
Donn  (Scottish)
Brown, Brown Haired; a Borrowing from the Irish, Dorn is Derived from the Gaelic Don (Brown, Brown-haired). Variatons: Don
Eugene  (Scottish)
Well Born, Noble; a Borrowing from the French, Eugene is Derived from the Latin Eugenius, Which is from Eugenes (Well-bom, Noble). Short Names: Gene. (Yoo-jeen)
Harold  (Scottish)
Leader of the Army; a Borrowing from the English Harold
Harum  (Biblical)
High, Throwing Down
Harum  (Biblical)
High, Throwing Down
Jarmuth  (Biblical)
Fearing, or Seeing, or Throwing Down, Death
Jarmuth  (Biblical)
Fearing, or Seeing, or Throwing Down, Death
Jeremai  (Biblical)
My Height, Throwing Forth Waters
Jeremai  (Biblical)
My Height, Throwing Forth Waters
Jeriah  (Biblical)
Fear, or Throwing Down, of the Lord
Jeriah  (Biblical)
Fear, or Throwing Down, of the Lord
Jerijah  (Biblical)
Fear, or Throwing Down, of the Lord
Jerijah  (Biblical)
Fear, or Throwing Down, of the Lord
Kieran  (Scottish)
Balck-haired; a Borrowing from the Irish, Kieran is the Irish Form of the Gaelic Ciaran (Little Dark One), Which is from Ciar (Black, Dark), a Word Meaning 'Dark-haired' or 'Black-haired' When Applied
Magnus  (Scottish)
Great; a Borrowing from the Latin, Magnus is Derived from Magnus (Great). The Name Was Brought to the British Isles by the Scandinavians During the Middle Ages. Manus is the Gaelic Form. (Mag-nus)
Mahaz  (Biblical)
An End, Ending, Growing Hope
Mahaz  (Biblical)
An End, Ending, Growing Hope
Makas  (Biblical)
An End, Ending, Growing Hope
Makas  (Biblical)
An End, Ending, Growing Hope
Niall  (Scottish)
A Borrowing from the Irish, Niall is a Very Old Yet Still Popular Gaelic Name of Debated Meaning. Some Believe it is Derived from Niadh (A Champion). Others Think it is from Neall (Cloud). (Ni-ahl)
Nibshan  (Biblical)
Prophecy, Growing of a Tooth
Nibshan  (Biblical)
Prophecy, Growing of a Tooth
Olwen  (Welsh)
White Footprint. in 'Culhwch and Olwen', One of the Welsh Stories from the 'Maginogion', the Olwen Were White Flowers Growing in the Heroine's Footprints
Olwyn  (Welsh)
Variant of Olwen: White Footprint. in 'Culhwch and Olwen', One of the Welsh Stories from the 'Maginogion', the Olwen Were White Flowers Growing in the Heroine's Footprints
Papina  (Native American)
A Vine Growing on an Oak Tree
Quentin  (Scottish)
A Borrowing from the French, Quentin is from the Latin Quenttnus, a Derivative of the Roman Personal Name Quintus, Which is from Quintus (The Fifth)
Richard  (English)
A Borrowing from the Old French, Richard is Derived from the Old High German Richart, a Compound Name Composed from the Elements Ric, Rik (Power, Ruler) and Hard (Strong, Brave, Hearty). Short Forms:
Rona  (Scottish)
Of Uncertain Derivation, Rona Can Be a Feminine Form of Ronald (Wise Ruler, Powerful Ruler) or a Borrowing of the Name of a Hebridean Island. Variations: Rhona. (Ro-nah)
Siyanda  (African)
We are Growing
Tron  (Norse)
Growing
Trond  (Norse)
Growing

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