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Origin: Namibia
Region Origin: Southern Africa

Willow is a feminine name of Old English origin, meaning "willow tree". It is derived from the word "welig," which is the Old English term for "willow". The name is symbolic of resilience and vitality, as willow trees are known for their elegant, "willowy" structure and ability to grow and prosper despite unfavorable conditions. The origin of the name Willow can be traced back to the Old English word "welig," which is derived from the Proto-Germanic *wel-. This term is also related to Old Saxon "wilgia," Middle Dutch "wilghe," and Dutch "wilg". The word "willow" has its roots in the Proto-Indo-European root (3), which means "to turn" or "revolve," and is associated with curved and enclosing objects. The name Willow has evolved over time, with the change in form to "-ow" occurring in the 14th century.

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