Other Origin(s):American, Welsh
Meaning:Ruler of the valley
Kyndall is a trendy respelling of the beloved British name Kendall, predominantly used by parents in the US. This chic feminine name comes steeped in meaning and rich in origin. Kendal in Cumbria is so named for its placement along the river Kent, while Kendale in northern England borrows the Old Norse meaning “valley of the spring.” Predating the Domesday Book of 1086, Kendall is inspired by Norse and Welsh influences, to name a few. Kendall also stems from the Welsh cynddelw, which means “image of praise” or a “model.” A name thoroughly ingrained in British history with a contemporary y-spelling will tie baby Kyndall to their ancestry while flaunting ultramodern vibes.
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