Renwick is a boy’s name of British origin. It derives from the habitational surname Renwick, once given to those who lived in the village of the same name in Cumberland, England. The name’s meaning is uncertain, but it may mean “raven village,” combining the Old Norse word hrafn (raven) with the Old English wíc (village.) This name has a delightful hint of Gothic mystery to it that will make baby sound like they came straight out of an old novel!
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