Breton Submitted Names

Breton names are used in the region of Brittany in northwest France.
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AANOR f Breton
Variant of Azenor. Folk etymology likes to associate this name with Eléonore due to confusing the variant Aenor with the possibly Germanic name Aenor borne by the mother of Eleanor of Aquitaine (see Eleanor for further information).
ADRABORANN f Breton (Modern, Rare)
Feminine form of Adraboran, a Breton variant ("Bretonnisation") of the name of the star Aldebaran.
AEL m Breton (Modern)
Directly taken from Breton ael "angel".
AELA f Breton (Modern)
Feminine form of Ael and cognate of Angela.
AELEZ f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Ael. This is also the Breton word for "angels".
ALAR m Breton (Rare)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a Breton form of Alaric and a Breton form of Éloi.
ALARA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Alar.
ALBERZH m Breton (Rare)
Breton form of Albert.
ALMEDA f Spanish, English, Breton (Archaic)
As a Spanish given name, Almeda is a transfer of the Spanish surname which is derived from Almeida, a habitational name from Arabic al-medina "the city". Its use has been influenced by Alameda, a topographic name from Spanish alameda "poplar grove", and ultimately by the Spanish word álamo "poplar".... [more]
ALWENA f Breton
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Current theories include an adoption of the Welsh name (which is unlikely as the Breton name seems to be older than the Welsh name in question), a younger form of Breton Alc'houen and a variant of Anglo-Norman Alfwena.
ANAËL m French (Modern), Breton (Gallicized, Modern)
Coined in the 1960s as a Breton masculine form of Anne.
ANAËLLE f French (Modern), Breton (Gallicized, Modern)
Feminine form of Anaël. This name has been in use since the 1970s.
ANDREV m Breton
Breton form of André.
ANDREVA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Andrev.
ANNAICK f French (Rare), Breton (Rare)
Variant of Annaig or Annick, a Breton diminutive of Anna.
AODREN m Breton
Derived from Old Breton alt "high; elevated" and either Old Breton roen "royal" or Old Breton roen / roin "lineage of a king". In recent times, folk etymology likes to associate this name with Modern Breton aod "coast, shore, waterside".
AODRENA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Aodren.
AOUREGAN f Breton
Breton name, in which the first element is aour meaning "gold" (ultimately from Latin aurum). The second element may be Breton gen "cheek, face" or gwenn "shining, holy"... [more]
AOURELL f Breton
Derived from Breton aour "gold", this name is generally considered the Breton form of Aurelia.
AOURGEN f Breton (Rare)
Derived from Breton aour "gold" and Old Breton ken "fair; beautiful; splendid" (kaer and koant in Modern Breton), this name is the Breton cognate of Welsh Eurgain.
ARGANTAEL f Medieval Breton, Breton (Rare)
Derived from Old Breton argant "silver" (arc'hant in Modern Breton), and by extension "bright; shining; resplendent", and Old Breton hael "generous; prince". Argantael was the wife of Nevenoe, the first Duke of Brittany.
ARMELA f Breton
Feminine form of Armel.
ARMELINE f Breton (Gallicized), French
Semi-Gallicized variant of Armela and French feminine form of Armel.
ARZEL m Breton
Variant of Arzhel.
ARZELA f Breton
Feminine form of Arzel.
ARZHUR m Breton
Breton form of Arthur.
ARZHURA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Arzhur.
AUDREN m & f Breton Legend, Medieval Breton, Breton (Modern)
Medieval Breton form of Aodren which was revived in the 1970s. While this name was strictly masculine in medieval times, in modern times it is used on men and women alike.... [more]
AUDRENA f Breton (Rare)
Strictly feminine form of Audren.
AVEL m Breton
Breton form of Abel. In recent times, folk etymology likes to connect this name to Breton avel "wind".
AVELA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Avel.
AVÉNIE f Breton (Gallicized, Rare), French (Rare)
French variant of Awen. Saint Avénie was a sister of the 9th-century Achaean saint Benoît of Massérac.
AWEN f Breton, Welsh
Directly taken from Welsh and Breton awen "muse; (poetic) inspiration; poetic gift", ulitmately from the Indo-European root *-uel "to blow (wind)". As a given name it has been used since the 19th century.
AZÉNOR f Breton
Gallicized spelling of Azenor.
AZENOR f Breton, Breton Legend, Theatre
Breton name of uncertain origin and meaning.... [more]
AZILIZ f Breton
Breton form of Cecilia.
BARBA f Breton, Corsican, Latvian
Breton, Corsican and Latvian cognate of Barbara (compare French Barbe).
BENEAD m Breton (Rare)
Breton form of French Benoît.
BENNIGA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Benniged.
BERC'HED f Breton
Breton form of Bridget.
BERNEZ m Breton (Rare)
Breton form of Bernard.
BLEIZ m Breton
Derived from Breton bleiz "wolf; gray" and thus nowadays commonly considered the Breton equivalent of French Loup, this name was in former times also used as a phonetic approximation to Blois and given in honor of the Blessed Charles of Blois, Duke of Brittany.... [more]
BLEIZA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Bleiz.
BLEUEN f Breton
Variant of Bleuenn.
BLEUENN f Breton
Variant of Bleuzenn.
BLEUZENN f Breton
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Some academics consider Bleuzenn a Breton cognate of either Welsh Blodeuyn or Welsh Blodwen while others consider this name a derivation from Middle Breton bleuzuenn "flower"... [more]
BLEUZVENN f Breton
Breton feminine name meaning "flower".
BLEZA f Breton (Rare, Archaic)
Feminine form of Blez.
BRANDAN m Breton
Breton variant of Brendan.
BRENDANA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Brendan.
BRIAC m French, Breton
From a Brythonic name derived from the Celtic element *brigo "high, noble, mighty". As such this name can be viewed as a Breton cognate of Brian. In the case of Saint Briac, who arrived in Brittany with Saint Tugdual circa 548, this was a short form of the old Welsh name Briafael.
BRIAG m Breton
Variant of Briac.
BRIAGA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Briag, this name is occasionally also considered a Breton cognate of Cornish Breaca.
BRIAGELL f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Briag.
BRIOG m Breton
Derived from Breton bri, ultimately from Proto-Celtic *brigo "high, noble"
CADWAL m Medieval Welsh, Breton (Rare)
From Old Welsh cad "battle" and gwal "leader". This occurs in Shakespeare's play 'Cymbeline' (1609) as the name of Arviragus while in hiding in Wales.... [more]
CHARLEZ m Breton
Breton form of Charles.
CHARLEZA f Breton
Feminine form of Charlez.
CLERVIE f Breton (Gallicized)
Gallicized form of Klervi.
CONVEN m History, Breton
From the Breton name Konwenn meaning "white dog" or "white warrior", derived from kon, singular (or plural? genitive?) of ki "dog, warrior" (compare Tanguy, Cunobelinus) combined with gwenn "white"... [more]
CRISTOC'H m Breton
Breton form of Christopher.
CYRAN m Breton
An Ancient Breton name.
DAGAN m Breton
An Ancient Breton name (don't know the origin).
DENEZ m Breton
Breton form of Denis.
DENOEL m Breton (Rare), Walloon
Breton variant of Deniel.
DENOELA f Breton
Feminine form of Denoel.
DEVI m Breton
Breton form of David.
DONAN m Breton
Composed of the old Celtic element dumno "world" (compare Donald) combined with a diminutive suffix. This was borne by a disciple of Saint Briec.
DONASIAN m Breton
Breton form of Donatien.
DRENWAL m Breton
An Ancient Breton name
EDERN m Welsh Mythology, Arthurian Romance, Medieval Breton, Breton
Derived from Old Welsh edyrn "immense; heavy; prodigious, wonderful, marvellous", in the past this name has been (falsely) considered a derivation from Latin aeternus "eternal".... [more]
EDERNA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Edern.
EFLAMM m Breton
Probably derived from Breton flamm meaning "bright, brilliant, agleam, splendid". This was the name of a Breton saint who, through spiritual means, drove a dragon out of Brittany after King Arthur failed to do so through military means... [more]
ELEN f Breton
Derived from Old Breton el- "livestock" and by extension "wealth; treasure", this name has early on been conflated with Helen whose Breton and Welsh form is also Elen.
ELIAZ m Breton
Breton form of Elias.
ELOUEN m Breton
Variant of Elouan.
ÉMILION m Breton (Gallicized), French (Archaic), French (Quebec, Archaic)
Breton form of Émile and/or Émilien as well as a French diminutive of Émile and variant of Émilien.... [more]
ENOR m Breton
Masculine form of Enora.
ENORA f Breton, French (Modern)
Although originally a Breton form of Honora, Enora is nowadays sometimes considered a direct derivation from Breton enor "honor".... [more]
EOSTEN m Breton
Breton form of Augustinus.
ERELL f Breton
Of uncertain origin and meaning, although a connection to Old Irish er "high; noble; great" has been suggested.
ERWANA f Breton
Feminine form of Erwan.
EVEN m Breton
Variant of Ewan.
FAÑCH m Breton
Diminutive of Frañsez.
FERDINANT m Breton
Breton form of Ferdinand.
FLAMMIG m & f Breton (Rare)
Diminutive and feminine form of Eflamm.
FREDERIG m Breton
Breton form of Frederick.
GAEL m Breton, Spanish (Modern)
Original Breton and Spanish form of Gaël.
GAELA f Breton
Feminine form of Gael.
GLADEZ f Breton (Rare)
Breton cognate of Gladys.
GOULWEN m Breton
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
GOULWENA f Breton
Feminine form of Goulwen.
GUÉNOLÉ m Breton (Gallicized), Breton Legend
Gallicized form of Gwenole, itself derived from Old Breton uuin meaning "white", and by extension "fair; blessed", and uual "brave". This was the name of a legendary Breton saint who was inspired to found an abbey by a dream he had of Saint Patrick.
GURVAN m Breton
Of debated origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Old Breton gour, itself an intensifying prefix, and Old Breton man "sage" and a younger form of Gurvand.
GWELLAOUEN f Breton (Rare)
Derived from Breton gwenn "white", and by extension " fair; blessed", and laouen "joyful; happy, glad".
GWELTAZ m Breton
Original Breton form of Gildas.
GWENAEL m Breton
Original Breton form of the Gallicized Gwenaël.
GWENAELA f Breton
Feminine form of Gwenael.
GWENDAL m Breton
Derived from Breton gwenn "white, fair, blessed" and tal "brow, forehead". A known bearer is French Olympic ice dancer Gwendal Peizerat (1972-).
GWENHAEL m Medieval Breton, Breton
Medieval Breton form of Gwenaël which was revived in the 1970s.
GWENIVAR f Breton
Breton form of Guinevere.
GWENLAOUEN m & f Breton (Rare)
Masculine and feminine variant of Gwellaouen.
GWENN f Breton
Breton cognate of Gwen.
GWENNA f Cornish, Breton
Younger Cornish form of Wenna and Breton variant of Gwenn.
GWENNAN f Welsh, Breton
Younger form of Gwennant, itself derived from the Welsh elements gwen "white, fair, blessed" and nant "stream". This name was borne by a daughter of Brychan Brycheiniog.
GWENNIN m Breton
Masculine form of Gwenn.
GWENNINA f Breton
Feminine form of Gwennin.
GWENOLA f Breton
Feminine form of Gwenole.
GWENOLE m Breton
Original Breton form of Guénolé.
HELORI m Breton
Younger form of Haelguri, itself derived from Old Breton hael "generous; prince" and uuobri "serious; important".
HERVEA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Hervé.
HERVELINE f Breton
Feminine form of Hervé.
HOELA f Breton
Feminine form of Hoel.
IVIN m Breton
Breton name of debated origin and meaning.
JAGU m Breton (Rare)
Breton form of Jacob (compare Cornish Jago).
JAKEZ m Breton
Breton form of Jacques.
JAKEZA f Breton
Feminine form of Jakez.
JAKEZIG m Breton
Diminutive of Jakez.
JANIG f Breton
Diminutive of Janed.
JANNEDIG f Breton (Rare)
Feminine diminutive of Yann.
JENOVEFA f Breton
Breton form of Geneviève (via Celtic Genovefa).
JESTIN m Breton, Medieval Cornish
Breton form as well as an older Cornish form of Yestin.
JEZEKAEL m Breton
Variant of Yezekael.
JEZEKELA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Jezekael.
JILDAZ m Breton
Younger form of Gweltaz via its Gallicized form Gildas.
JILDAZA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Jildaz.
JORD m Breton
Breton form of George.
JUDICAËLLE f Breton, French
Feminine form of Judicaël.
JULUAN m Breton
Breton form of Julian.
KAOURINTIN m Breton
Original Breton form of the Gallicized Corentin.
KAOURINTINA f Breton (Rare)
Original Breton form of Corentine.
KARENTEG m Breton, French
Derived from Old Breton carant meaning "parents" (modern Breton kerent), though its meaning is often interpreted as "loving". Saint Karenteg was a disciple of Saint Patrick. His feast day is May 16.
KENTIN m Breton
Breton form of Quintinus.
KLAODA f Breton (Rare)
Breton form of Claudia. This was the name of 16th century duchess regnant of Brittany.
KLERVI f Breton
Breton form of Creirwy. This was the name of an early Breton saint from Wales, a sister of Saint Guénolé.
KLERVIA f Breton
Variant of Klervi.
KRISTELL f Breton
Feminine form of Kristen, itself the Breton form of Christian.
LAORAÑS m Breton
Breton form of Laurence.
LAOUEN m Breton (Modern, Rare)
Derived from Breton laouen "happy; joyful".
LAOUENAN m Breton
Derived from Breton laouen "joyful" (Welsh llawen; compare Gwenlaouen, Lowenna). This was the name of a 6th-century Breton saint. It also coincides with Breton laouenan "wren".
LÉNAIK f & m French (Rare), Breton
Not available
LÉNNAÏCK f & m French, Breton
Variant of Lénaik
LEVENEZ f Breton (Rare)
Directly taken from Breton levenez "happiness, joy", this name is occasionally considered the Breton equivalent of Laetitia. Saint Levenez was the wife of Count Romélius and the mother of Saint Gwenael.
LILWENN f Breton
Breton cognate of Lilwen.
LINART m Breton
Breton form of Leonard.
LOEIZ m Breton
Breton form of Louis.
LOEIZA f Breton
Breton form of Louise.
LOÏCK m Breton, French
Gallicized spelling of a Breton variant of Loïc.
LOUAN m Breton
Variant of Elouan.
MADALEN f Basque, Breton
Basque and Breton form of Magdalena.
MADEG m Breton
Breton cognate of Madoc.
MADEN m Breton
Of uncertain origin and meaning. One theory derives this name from Breton mad "good; goodness".
MADENN f Breton
Derived from Breton mad "good; goodness". This name is occasionally considered a Breton equivalent of Saint Bona.
MAELIA f English (Modern, Rare), Breton (Modern, Rare)
As a French name, it is almost certainly an elaboration of Breton Maela.... [more]
MAELOR m Breton
Breton form of Magloire.
MAHÉ m Breton, French
Gallicized form of Mahe, itself a variant of Breton Mazhe.
MAI f Breton
Contracted form of Mari.
MAÏLYS f Breton, French
Either a blend of Maï, a Breton short form or contraction of Mary (compare Maïwenn), and Maëlys or a variant spelling of Mailys.
MAINA f Breton
Contracted form of Marianna.
MAIWENN f Breton
Combination of Mai and Gwenn.
MALO m Breton
Derived from Old Breton mach "pledge, hostage, warrant" and lou / loh "light; brilliant, bright; beautiful". This was the name of a Breton saint from Wales, the favorite disciple of Saint Brendan the Navigator... [more]
MALOE f Breton (Modern)
Recently coined name intended as a feminine form of Malo.
MARC'HARID f Breton
Breton form of Margaret.
MARGAÏD f Breton (Gallicized)
Gallicized form of Margaid.
MARGILIA f Medieval Breton, Breton (Archaic)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. One - debatable - theory connects this name with the Vulgar Latin term margella.... [more]
MARZHIN m Breton
Breton form of Martin.
MARZHINA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Marzhin.
MATHILINIC m Breton (Rare, Archaic)
Diminutive of Matilin, a Breton variant of Mathurin.
MATHURIN m Breton, French
French and Breton form of Maturinus and thus ultimately derived from maturus, literally "timely" (also "mature, ripe, grown"). This name was borne by a 3rd-century saint who was responsible for spreading the gospel in the district of Sens, France.
MATILIN m Breton
Breton adoption of Mathurin.
MAZHE m Breton
Breton form of Matthew.
MAZHEVA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Mazhev.
MEANCE f Medieval Breton, Breton (Archaic)
Of unknown origin and meaning. ... [more]
MERIADEG m Breton, Breton Legend
From an old Breton name composed of the elements mer "sea" and iatoc "forehead". Conan Meriadeg was the legendary founder of Brittany.
MEVEN m Breton
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
MEVENA f Breton
Feminine form of Meven.
MIKAELIG m Breton
Diminutive of Mikael, the Breton form of Michael.
MORVAN m Breton
From an old Breton name of uncertain meaning. According to Albert Deshayes, the first element is equivalent to Modern Breton meur "great" and the second element, an aspirated form of man, is cognate with Latin manus "hand, strength, power over"; alternatively, the first element may be Breton mor "sea", while the second element may mean "wise, sage" from the Indo-European root *men "to think" (or "mind, understanding, reason")... [more]
MORVANA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Morvan.
MORVANNEN f Breton
Feminine form of Morvan.
NEDELEG m Breton (Rare)
Directly taken from Breton nedeleg "Christmas", this name is considered a Breton cognate of Noël.
NEVEN m Breton
Derived from Breton neñv "sky; heaven", this name is occasionally considered the Breton equivalent of Caelestinus.
NEVENA f Breton
Feminine form of Neven.
NEVENOE m Medieval Breton, Breton (Rare)
Older form of Neven. Nevenoe was the first Duke of Brittany from 846 to his death in 851. He is the Breton pater patriae and to Breton nationalists he is known as Tad ar Vro "father of the country".
NIKOLAZ m Breton
Breton form of Nicolas.
NINNOG f Breton
This name was borne by a 5th-century Breton saint whose life is recorded in the Vita Sanctæ Ninnocæ. It has been speculated that she might be identical with Saint Candide.
NOAN m Breton
Not available.
NOLWEN f Breton
Variant of Nolwenn.
NOUEL m Breton
Breton variant of Noël.
NOUELA f Breton
Feminine form of Nouel.
OANELL f Breton
Variant of Oanez.
ONNEN f Breton
Derived from Breton onn "ash" or "strong" and gwenn "white". This is an older form of Onenn, the name of a 6th- and 7th-century Breton saint.
ORFEÜS m Breton (Rare)
Breton form of Orpheus.
PADRIGA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Padrig.
PASKELL f Breton
Feminine form of Paskal and variant of Paskella.
PASKELLA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Paskal.
PERLEZENN f Breton
Directly taken from Breton perlezenn "pearl", this name is considered the Breton equivalent of Margaret.
PLEZOU f Medieval Breton, Breton (Archaic)
Of debated origin and meaning. Some scholars try to link this name to Breton bleiz "she-wolf", while others see a connection with Breton plezh "plat; braid"; the second part of the name is a diminutive suffix.... [more]
POLA f Catalan, Breton
Feminine form of Pol.
PREDEN m Breton (Rare)
Breton cognate of Welsh Prydain.
PREDENA f Breton
Feminine form of Preden.
QUILLIEN m Breton (Archaic), French (Archaic)
Breton and French form of Killian, which is no longer in use as a given name today, but it still survives as a patronymic surname (which is most prevalent in Brittany and the rest of northwestern France).
REMIG m Breton
Breton form of Remigius.
RENAN m Breton
Breton variant of Ronan.
RIOK m Breton
Means "kingly" from the Old Breton element ri "king, ruler".
RIWAL m Breton
Derived from Old Breton ri "king" and uuallon "valorous".
RIWANA f Breton
Feminine form of Riwan.
RIWANON f Breton
Breton cognate of Rhiannon. Saint Riwanon was the mother of Saint Hervé.
ROGASIAN m Breton
Breton form of Rogatianus.
RONAN m English, Breton
Anglicised form of Rónán as well as the Breton form of this name.
RUVON m Breton (Rare)
Breton form of Romanus.
RUVONA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Ruvon.
SERJ m Breton, Ukrainian, Russian
Breton form and Ukrainian and Russian variant transliteration of Serge.
SÈVE f Breton
Allegedly from Breton seu "beautiful". She was a Breton saint of the 6th century, a sister of the renowned Saint Tugdual (one of the seven founder saints of Brittany). A commune in Brittany is named for her.
SEZAIC f Breton
Diminutive of Franseza.
SKLERIJENN f Breton
Derived from Breton sklaer "clear, bright", this name is used as an equivalent of Claire.
SOAZIG f Breton
Variant of Soizic.
SOIZIC f Breton, French
Breton derivative form of Françoise.
SOIZIG f French, Breton
From Soazig, a Breton diminutive of Frañsoaz (itself the Breton variant of Françoise). It is used in the French-speaking world outside of Brittany as a diminutive of Françoise (especially spelled Soizic).
SOLEN m & f Breton
Breton variant of Solène used as both a masculine and feminine name.
SOLENA f Breton
Strictly feminine variant of Solen.
SOLENN f Breton
Variant of Solen.
STERENN f Breton
Directly taken from Breton sterenn "star" (cf. Steren), this name is occasionally considered the Breton equivalent of Saint Asteria.
SULIEN m Breton, Welsh, Celtic Mythology
Derived from the Celtic name Sulgen meaning "born from the sun". This was the name of a Celtic sun god. It was borne by several early saints.
TADEG m Breton (Rare)
Derived from Breton tad "father".
TADOU m Breton
Variant of Tadeg.
TANGI m Breton
Derived from Breton tan "fire" and ki "dog". It was borne by a 6th-century Breton saint.
TELO m Breton
Breton cognate of Welsh Teilo.
TEÑSOR f Breton
Breton feminine name meaning "treasure".
THÉLIAU m Breton, French (Modern, Rare)
Breton form of Teliaus (see Teilo).
THURIAN m Breton
Variant of Turio, the name of a Breton saint.
TOMAZ m Breton
Breton form of Thomas
TRÉPHINE f Breton
Gallicized form of Breton Triphina.
TRIPHINA f Breton, History
Allegedly from Trifin, a Welsh name derived from triw "exact, precise". This was the name of a 6th-century Breton saint, wife of the tyrant Conomor who killed their young son Tremorus.
TRISTANA f Literature, Breton, Occitan
Feminine form of Tristan. This is the name of the main character in Benito Pérez Galdós' eponymous novel Tristana (1892).
TUGDUAL m Breton (Rare)
Derived from Breton tut "people" and uual "brave; bold; noble; exalted" or tad "father".
TUNEVEL f Breton
Variant of Tunvel, which is of uncertain meaning (perhaps earlier Dunvael).
VINOC m Breton (Rare)
Breton diminutive masculine name derived from the name Gwenneg.
VISANT m Breton (Rare)
Breton cognate of Vincent.
WEITHNOC m Breton (Rare, Archaic)
Breton given name derived from Gwezheneg.
YANNEZ f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Yann.
YEUN m Breton (Rare)
Of debated origin and meaning. While some academics consider this name a variant of Youenn, others argue that it might be a form of Eozen.
YEUNA f Breton (Rare)
Feminine form of Yeun.
YOHAN m Breton, French, French (Quebec)
Breton variant of Yoan.
YOHANN m French, Breton
Variant of Yohan.
YOUENN m Breton
Breton form of Yves.
YOUNA f Breton, French (Modern, Rare)
Breton feminine form of Youenn.
YUNA f Breton
Probably a Breton form of Úna. This was the name of a 6th-century Welsh saint who settled in Brittany with her brother, Saint Gwenvael.
YVONNIG m Breton (Rare)
Breton diminutive of Yvon.