Chadwick comes from an English surname, a locational name derived from any of several places called Chadwick. The name means “Chad’s settlement” or “village belonging to Chad”- Chad is the modern form of Old English Ceadda, a name of unknown meaning though it’s been linked to Welsh cad meaning “battle, army” via Proto-Celtic *katus (battle) deriving from a PIE root word; combined with Old English wīc (village).
Origin: uncertain; Proto-Indo-European
Meaning: “Chad’s settlement” or “village belonging to Chad”
Harry is the medieval English form of Henry, which comes from Germanic Heimrich meaning “home ruler” , made up of Germanic elements heim (home) and ric (power, ruler), both deriving from a PIE origin. Harry could also be used as a nickname for Harold meaning “army ruler” or “army power”.
Harry is also an English surname originating from the given name.
Meaning: “home ruler”; could also be used as a nickname for Harold “army ruler” or “army power”