Bryce: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Bryce
Origin of the name Bryce:
English name originating as a surname taken to English by the French in the Middle Ages. It is believed to be of Celtic origin and might be derived from the element bri (force, strength) or brígh (valor, strength). Var: Bryce. Short: Bri.
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Bryce Canyon National Park (in Utah) adds an outdoorsy, western association to the name.
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This is my FAVOURITE name!
Our second son is named Bryce. He is adventurous, fearless, sweet, cuddly and likes to make people laugh!
Funny, my youngest brother's name is Bryce and he is all of those things!^^^
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Bry, Brycee, Brycey, Brycer
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Son of a nobleman (French)
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Bryce Avary, an American musician, who plays under the name The Rocket Summer
Bryce Courtenay, an Australian novelist
Bryce Davison, figure skater
Bryce DeWitt, physicist
Bryce Drew (born 1974), American basketball coach
Bryce Gibbs (rugby league), rugby player
Bryce Hallett, Canadian animator
Bryce Harper (born 1992), American baseball player
Bryce Lampman, American ice hockey player
Bryce Mackasey, Canadian politician
Bryce Molder, American professional golfer
Bryce Paup, former American football player
Bryce Salvador, hockey player
Bryce Wilson, musician/actor
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Bryce is the homicidal and incestuous older step brother and alter ego of Tara Craine Gregson on United States of Tara.