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Origin: Namibia
Region Origin: Southern Africa

Trevor is a common given name or surname of Welsh origin, meaning "of the large homestead/settlement". It is derived from the Welsh words "tre(f)," which means "homestead" or "settlement," and "fawr," which means "large" or "big". The name has been used by Welsh families since the 10th century and has several variations, such as Trebor, Trefor, and Treaby. In addition to its Welsh roots, Trevor is also an Anglicized form of the Gaelic surname Ó Treabhair, which means "descendant of Treabhar". The name Trevor has been popularized by various famous individuals, including Trevor Noah, a comedian, and Trevor Hall, a singer.

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