|Pronunciation||📣 \c(a)-mr-yn, cam-ryn\|
|Number of People||👶 31,000|
|Rate in 2021||715|
|Name origin||🌍 Scottish|
Camryn is an Americanized version of the Gaelic name Cameron. Both Cameron and Camryn are considered unisex names in the United States. Cameron originated as a medieval Scottish Highland surname and was derived from the Gaelic words "cam" and "Sròn" which jokingly translates to the nickname "crooked nose." The Highland Cameron family was renowned for their courage and ingenuity, and their clan motto is a Gaelic phrase meaning "to unite." The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Adam of Kamerun dated to the 13th century. In lowland Scotland, members of the Cameron clan are believed to have a territorial origin from the Cameron lands near Edinburgh. Cameron has been used as a masculine given name for over a century, but morphed into a gender-neutral name over time.
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