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English word Baldwin comes from Proto-Germanic *Balþawiniz (A male given name.).

Baldwin etymology ?

Baldwin detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
*Balþawiniz Proto-Germanic (gem-pro) A male given name.
Baldwin English (eng) (US) A reddish, moderately acid, winter apple. A borough in Pennsylvania.. A city in Georgia in the United States.. A city in Iowa.. A male given name.; rather rare in English.. A patronymic surname​.. A town and a hamlet in New York.. A town and village in Wisconsin.. A town in Florida.. A town in Louisiana.. A town in Maine.. A township in Ontario, Canada.. A village in Illinois.. A [...]

Words with the same origin as Baldwin

Descendants of *Balþawiniz
Baldwin County Baldwinian