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Happy Birthday Kaden

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Happy Birthday Kaden Personalized Card

Happy birthday to you Kaden! I wish you a very special day, sending this Happy Birthday Kaden personalized card to you. Dear Kaden, I wish a bright and beautiful day to you on your special day. This named card was specially designed for Kaden’s birthday.

Kaden Given Name Meaning & History

GENDER: Masculine; USAGE: English (Modern); PRONOUNCED: KAY-dən. A variant of CADEN. The meaning of Kaden is “Son of Cadan”. Its origin is “Modern English variant of the Gaelic/Celtic name Caden”. Kaden is a form of Caden and is generally pronounced like “KAY den”. Kaden is a modern English variant of the name Caden, which is an Anglicized variant of the Gaelic surname “Mac Cadáin. In the Bretton language, Kaden is a commune in Brittany in northwestern France. It is called Caden in French, and the people are called “cadenais.” Kaden is the name of a community belonging to an administrative unit in Germany. — Kaden is another American spelling variation of the first name Caden which was derived from a Gaelic surname, Mac Cadain (meaning son of Cadáin). The Gaelic word “cadáin” possibly means ‘battler’ but the etymology is up for debate.

It’s also thought the name is derived from Adam, the first man, which would give the meaning ‘ground, earth’. — Kaden is a variant of Caden. The name Caden originates in Gaelic languages. ‘Cade’ comes from the surname ‘Mac Cadain’ which means ‘son of Cadan’. As a masculine given name, it has been quite popular recently. This name derives from the Irish and Scottish Gaelic surname “Mac Cadain” (son of Cadán), which in turn derives from the Old Irish “cath”, from Proto-Celtic “*katus”, meaning “battle”. Caden is a given name popular in the United States and Canada in recent years. It is used for both boys and girls but is currently most popular for boys. Its popularity is also increased by the popularity of similar sounding names such as Aidan, Braden, Hayden, and Jaden.