Selwyn


Origin and Popularity Selwyn

Selwyn was not one of the 100 most popular baby names in 2013 in Wales, but it is still a very good choice. The Selwyn name was originally a surname, and was later gained popularity as given name, after the famous Bishop from the 19th century, George Augustus Selwyn.

The meaning of Selwyn is quite simple. It originates from the combination of two words, sel, which means castle, and wyn which translates to friend. Thus the meaning of Selwyn is friend in the castle.

Famous People Called Selwyn

The popularity of Selwyn is low, as it is quite uncommon, but this just means it is unique and stands out more. However there are several famous people with the name Selwyn. This includes Sewlyn Roberts, who has gained fame as movie and television producer, as well as director. Among his most famous films are Muppet Treasure Island and X-men 2. Other famous people named Selwyn include British party politician Selwyn Lloyd, as well as the character Selwyn Froggit from the tv show, Oh No, It’s Selwyn Froggitt!

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