What does the name Bryce mean?
People also ask, what does Bryce mean in English?
Origin of the name Bryce: English name originating as a surname taken to English by the French in the Middle Ages. It is believed to be of Celtic origin and might be derived from the element bri (force, strength) or brígh (valor, strength). Var: Bryce.
Furthermore, how popular is the name Bryce? Bryce gained the most popularity as a baby name in 1996, when it's usage went up by 128.07%. During this year, 3090 babies were named Bryce, which was 0.0853% of the baby boys born in the USA that year. The most the names popularity ever grew to was 0.115%, in this year alone more than 4000 boys were named Bryce.
Accordingly, what does the name Bryce mean for a girl?
The name Bryce is a girl's name of Scottish origin meaning "speckled, freckled".
How old is the name Bryce?
The surname Bryce was first found in Morayshire, where they held a family seat from very ancient times, around the 12th century. The name was originally Bricius, a Gaulish Saint of the fifth century, a nephew of St. Martin of Tours.