Meaning:
White Phantom

Origin:
Welsh

Polite, Fair, Willowy

The Queen

The welsh name Guin (pronounced GWIN) is a diminutive of Guinevere and means ‘White Phantom’. This name comes from Arthurian literature and was famous for being the name of King Arthur’s wife.

Guin reminds me of rhyming name Quinn. It has other variants that are equally as lovely, such as, Yenefer, Ginevra, Gwenhwyfar (from Welsh mythologhy) and the more common Jennifer.