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Origin: Cambodia
Region Origin: South-Eastern Asia

The name Heath has its origins in British culture and is derived from the word "heath," which refers to a piece of land left unattended where wild shrubbery grows, or a colorful plant. The name became popular for those who lived on or near a moor, which is a tract of wasteland or an extensive area of open, uncultivated land with poor, coarse soil and a surface rich in peat or peaty humus. Heath is a gender-neutral name and has been used for both boys and girls. The name has been associated with famous figures such as actor Heath Ledger, known for his wide range of roles in movies like 10 Things I Hate About You, A Knight's Tale, and The Dark Knight. The origin of the name Heath can be traced back to Middle English "heeth," Old English "hǣþ," and Proto-Germanic "*haiθī," all of which mean "heath, untilled land, waste; heather". The name is also cognate with Dutch "heide," German "Heide," Norwegian "hei," Swedish "hed," and Old Welsh "coit," all of which translate to "heath" or "moor".

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