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Origin: Bulgaria
Region Origin: Eastern Europe

Brayden is a boy's name with strong links to nature, meaning "wise" and "broad". The name has roots in Ireland, Scotland, and England. Brayden is a modern derivative of Braden, which was originally an Irish last name stemming from "Bradan," the Gaelic word for salmon. In Irish and Celtic mythology, salmon represents wisdom, a characteristic that is also associated with the name Brayden. Additionally, Brayden comes from the Old English elements brad and denu, meaning "broad valley". Some famous people named Brayden include Brayden James, son of Tarek and Christina El Moussa, and Brayden Schenn, a hockey player.

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