Davey / Davy

Origen: Galés, Normando. El apellido Davy es de la cultura céltica única que se convirtió al País de Gales. Este apellido proviene del nombre propio David, que significa " querido o amigo". Este nombre era común en Inglaterra y Escocia a partir del 12mo siglo hacia adelante, pero era particularmente popular en el País de Gales incluso anterior. Uno de los portadores más famosos de este nombre personal en el País de Gales fué David Gryffydd, el ultimo Príncipe de Gales del norte, que fué ejecutado en 1276 por Edward I Rey de Inglaterra. The surname of Davey is from the unique Celtic culture that developed in Wales. This particular surname is from the personal name David, which means darling or friend. This name was common in England and Scotland from the 12th century onward, but was particularly popular in Wales even earlier. One of the most famous bearers of this personal name in Wales was David ap Gryffydd, the last Prince of North Wales, who was executed c. 1276 by King Edward I of England. First found in on records in Cornwall, although they are thought to have been in Wales from very ancient times; long before the Norman Conquest in 1066 A.D.

Variantes: Davy, Davey, Davie, Daivey, Daivy, Daivie, Dayvy, Dayvie, Dayvey, Devy, Devie y otros.

 

William Davy ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )