Carlton comes from an English surname, originating as a locational name for someone who came from any of several places called Carlton, meaning “settlement of free peasants” or “settlement of free men”, composed of Old English ceorl (man; peasant) which was originally used to refer to men who were not thralls or servants, and thus were not tied down to a lord or to the land; and tun (settlement, farm, enclosure) 

Origin: Proto-Germanic; Proto-Indo-European

Meaning: “settlement of free peasants” or “settlement of free men”

Usage: English



  • Karlton (English)
  • Charlton (English)
  • Carleton (English)


Yuri is a Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian male name, the Slavic form of George meaning “farmer, earthworker” made up of Ancient Greek elements ge (earth) which seems to derive from an unknown origin, likely pre-Greek in origin; and ergon (work), which ultimately desires from a PIE root word. Interestingly enough, I’ve found that Yuri is a somewhat popular male name in Brazil which I’m assuming comes from the Slavic name.

Yuri is also a Japanese female name. It means “lily” written with the kanji 百合 but has other meanings depending on the kanji used:


  • “cause, reason”
  • 友 “friend”
  • 有 “exist; have; possess”
  • “divine help”


  • 梨 “pear”
  • “village”
  • “reason, logic”
  • “profit, benefit”
  • 莉 “jasmine”

There are other meanings depending on the kanji used. Written in hiragana it’s ゆり and in katakana it’s ユリ.

Yuri is also a Korean female name (also spelled Yu-ri and Yoo-ri) written in hangul as 유리 and has different meanings depending on the hanja used such as: 

유 (yu)

  • () “to approve”
  • () “childish; immature; young” 
  • (宥) “forgive”
  • (釉) “glaze”

리 (ri)

  • (利) “benefit, advantage”
  • () “pear” 

Yuri also means “glass” written with the hanja 琉璃. There are likely other meanings depending on the hanja used

 Origin: unknown; Proto-Indo-European; Japanese; Korean

Meaning: Russian and Ukrainian male name “farmer, earth-worker”; also a Japanese and Korean female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji and hanja used

Usage: Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean 


Female variants:

  • Yu-ri (Korean)
  • Yoo-ri (Korean)
  • You-ri (Korean)
  • Yuriko (Japanese)- with the ko suffix meaning “child”
  • Yurina (Japanese) with the na kanji
  • Yurika (Japanese)- with the ka kanji

Male forms:

  • Yuriy (Russian, Ukrainian)
  • Yury (Russian, Belarusian)
  • Iouri (Russian)


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”

Usage: English

Nicknames: Chad