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Gender Masculine

Meaning & History

Form of OWAIN used by the 12th-century French poet Chrétien de Troyes for his Arthurian tales.

Related Names

VariantsOwain, Ywain
Other Languages & CulturesEugenios, Eugenius(Ancient Greek) Yauhen(Belarusian) Evgeni, Genko, Geno(Bulgarian) Eugen(Croatian) Eugen, Evžen(Czech) Eugene, Owen, Gene(English) Eugène(French) Uxío(Galician) Eugen(German) Evgenios(Greek) Eugenio(Italian) Eižens, Jevgēņijs, Jevgeņijs(Latvian) Eugenijus(Lithuanian) Evgenij(Macedonian) Ugène(Norman) Eugeniusz(Polish) Eugênio(Portuguese) Eugen(Romanian) Evgeni, Evgeniy, Evgeny, Yevgeni, Yevgeniy, Yevgeny, Genya, Zhenya(Russian) Eugen(Slovak) Eugenio(Spanish) Evhen, Yevgen, Yevhen, Yevheniy(Ukrainian) Owain, Owen(Welsh) Owain(Welsh Mythology)


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