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When discussing “English," we are actually referring to British English versus English spoken in America. British English, though a sister to American English, is spoken in the United Kingdom and around the British Isles. While the majority of the two languages are highly similar, British English does contain unique words, pronunciations and names carried over from Olde English, the forefather to both British and American English. Thus, when selecting a British English baby name be sure to research the meaning and practice pronouncing it to insure the name is a good fit for your little one. Baby Name Network is a great place to start and an excellent resource for British English baby names and meanings.
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Farm of ash trees
Boy
Old English
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Old English boy baby name meaning "Farm of ash trees"

Pretty; variant of Ashley
Girl
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English Girl baby name meaning "Pretty; variant of Ashley"

Smooth
Girl
Old English
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Old English girl baby name meaning "Smooth"

Natural
Girl
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English Girl baby name meaning "Natural"

Sassy; from an eastern town
Boy
Old English
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Old English boy baby name meaning "Sassy; from an eastern town"

The woods; outdoorsy, place name
Boy
English
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English Boy baby name meaning "The woods; outdoorsy, place name"

Old friend
Boy
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English Boy baby name meaning "Old friend"

Exciting
Girl
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English Girl baby name meaning "Exciting"

Form of Audley
Boy
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English Boy baby name meaning "Form of Audley"

From an old surname, but also related to Eve. A boy or girl's name.
Boy
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English boy baby name meaning "From an old surname, but also related to Eve. A boy or girl's name."

From an old surname, but also related to Eve. A boy or girl's name.
Boy
English
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English boy baby name meaning "From an old surname, but also related to Eve. A boy or girl's name."

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