|Number in U.S||👶 7,000|
|Rate in 2021||648|
|Name origin||🌍 English|
Wren is a name of English origin which is directly conveying the name of a little, migratory songbird. The name Wren is derived from the word “Wrenna” which has no obvious originality. The bird’s name is correlated with the Latin word “regulus” which is a synonym for “royalty” in reference to Wren’s golden crest.
From the point of view of the Old High German, we can say that Wren referred to the “kinglet” which is referring to the “king of birds”. The eagle was the choice, who was able to outfly all other birds and was able to climb very high. So, he flew high in the mountains and was beaten by the small Wren hidden in her feathers wisely!
Wren was also known by the ancient Celtic people as they were all familiar with creatures who live in nature. This is because of their sense of nature-loving. They found Wren as an active and vibrant creature; the features that appeal to this tribe. They are sociable and cheerful little birds who sing loudly; so, everyone can hear it.
“Home is where the heart is” for these migratory little birds. It is a new term that entered English and is widely used in the United States nowadays.
Note: Please also check your spam or junk email folder.