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Origin: China
Region Origin: Eastern Asia

Owen is a masculine name of Welsh origin, meaning "noble-born". It is the Anglicized version of the Welsh name Owain, which is a form of Eugene, derived from the Greek word eugenēs, meaning "well-born". The name also has Celtic roots, with the Gaelic spelling of Eoghan and Scottish Gaelic Ewen, meaning "born of the yew tree". The name Owen has a rich history and is associated with various notable people. Some famous individuals named Owen include football player Owen Daniels, actor Owen Fielding, journalist Owen Jones, and actor Owen Wilson. The name has been used as both a first name and a surname, and in Wales, it became a fixed surname during the reign of Henry VIII.

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