Cambria: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Cambria

Cambria

Pronunciation: KAM-bree-ə (key)

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My daughters' name is Cambria Elise. Everywhere we go I get compliments on how beautiful and unique her name is. We call her Cam or Cami for short. LOVE love this name. It can be cute when she's little, and sophisticated once she's grown up.

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Cam, Cammy, Bri, Bria, Cami, Cams

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It derives from Latn; it is the Latinised form of the Welsh word for "Wales." (Cymru) and its etymology means "country" or "countrymen". It is also the name of two towns in the U.S., one in Pennsylvania, the other in California, a small artist town along Hwy. 1 on the Central Coast south of Big Sur.

The Cambrian period is a period in prehistoric geology and is named for the Welsh area where the first fossils from this time period were found. It is known for heralding a rapid diversification of lifeforms toward multicellular organisms. Common fossils from the Cambrian are trilobites.

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Cambria means "the beauty" and "the knowledge" from the comic book series developed by the lead singer of Coheed and Cambria (a progressive rock band from New York).

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