Cornwall is a beautiful place to travel and has a rich history of mystical names. You may have been contemplating names for years and still have not come up with the perfect one. You might be newly pregnant and new to the name game. Cornish names are great choices for moms and dads who want something unique and daring.
Let’s take a look at some wonderful choices for your baby girl! Nameberry will help us explore all of the options.
(1) Jenifry: This name is a variation on the Welsh name Gwenfrewi. Jenifry is much more accesible than its variant, but so much fresher than Jennifer. It also has a great definition in “white peace.”
(2) Bronnen: “A rush” defines the name Bronnen and it is a clever and interesting choice. It invokes the popular “n” sound of the day without being too popular.
(3) Kerensa: I love this name and funny enough it also means “love.” It can also be spelled Kerenza. Keri is a cute nickname possibility and the full name has such an amazing sound to it. It’s definitely a wonderful choice.
(4) Dellen: Cornish names have such wonderful definitions. Dellen means “petal” and is a softer form of Dillon. Della is an exciting nickname possibility.
(5) Merryn: Mary is outdated, but Merryn is fresh and intriguing. It combines Mary and Erin into an attractive alternative. It is the name of a Cornish town and also a saint.
(6) Gweniver: This name is a little simpler and less fairy tale then its counterpart Guinevere. Gwen is a wonderful nickname and this name is a great option for parents searching for something a little fancier.
(7) Tressa: Meaning “third,” Tressa could be a great option for your third child. Why do the Trips and Treys get to have all the fun. If your third child is a girl then Tressa is a great name. It’s like Tessas hip older sister.
(8) Demelza: There is something romantic and magical about this name. It also has a great nickname in Demi. Elza is also a really cool nickname.
Hopefully one of these names can make a great choice for your daughter or inspire you in the right direction.