Hawthorn: baby boy name meaning and popularity


A spelling variation of Hawthorne, an English surname-turned-given-name indicating someone who lived where hawthorn trees grow. And like his namesake tree, your little Hawthorn will be strong and sturdy but also a bit thorny here and there.



Famous people named Hawthorn:

None at this point ... but your little Hawthorn could change all that.

Fun fact:

Someday maybe your Hawthorn will want to move to Hawthorn, Pennsylvania. Or to one of the two Hawthorns in Australia (one a suburb of Melbourne, the other a suburb of Adelaide). Or maybe just visit - and stay in a Hawthorn Suites hotel while he's there.

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