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Region Origin: Western Europe

The name "Dane" is a gender-neutral baby name of British origin, derived from Old English, and translates to "from Denmark". It is used to describe a person of Danish descent or a native or inhabitant of Denmark. The term "Dane" has been used historically to refer to a member of the Danes, a Germanic tribe inhabiting the Danish islands and parts of Europe. The origin of the name can be traced back to the Old Norse word "Danmǫrk" (Danmörk in later Danish), which may have been derived from the legend of King Dan. The name "Dane" has multiple meanings in different contexts. In English baby names, it means "brook" and is also derived from the surname Dane, which means "from Denmark". In Hebrew baby names, the meaning of the name Dane is "God will judge". In Norse and Scandinavian baby names, the meaning of the name Dane remains "from Denmark". The name Dane has a rich history and cultural significance, making it a suitable choice for those looking to honor their Danish heritage or connection to the country of Denmark.

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