The baby name Twyford is a unisex name, 2 syllables long and is pronounced "Twy-ford".
Twyford is English in Origin.
Twyford is a name of English origin that means "two fords" or "double crossing". It is a locational surname that was given to people who lived near two fords or crossings. The name is derived from the Old English words "twi" meaning "two" and "ford" meaning "ford". The name Twyford is also a place name in England, with several villages and towns named Twyford.
The name Twyford is a unisex name, meaning it can be given to both boys and girls. It is not a very common name, but it has been used as a surname for many years. The pronunciation of Twyford is "TWY-ford", with the emphasis on the first syllable. The name is made up of two components, "twi" and "ford", which both have their own meanings and origins.
The history of the name Twyford can be traced back to the Middle Ages, when surnames were first used in England. It was a common practice to give surnames based on a person's occupation, location, or physical characteristics. The name Twyford was likely given to people who lived near two fords or crossings, and it became a hereditary surname passed down from generation to generation. Today, the name Twyford is still used as a surname and a given name, although it is not very common.