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Origin: Kenya
Region Origin: Eastern Africa

Bryce is a gender-neutral Scottish name, meaning "speckled" or "freckled". It is derived from the Celtic word "brych," which means "blemish" or "freckle". The name has various spelling variations, including Brice, Bryson, and Brychan. The name Bryce is of Scottish origin and is often associated with physical traits, such as being speckled, spotted, or freckled. It could also be of Irish origin, which means "swift". In English, this name means "son of a nobleman". Saint Brice, or Saint Bricius of Tours, is a famous 5th-century bishop. The name Bryce has been around since the Middle Ages and is preferred by parents due to its one-syllable nature and ease of spelling.

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