Originally an Ancient Celtic name, Brendan was often the name given to several "warrior-gods" who had unrivaled female attention as well as several slayed dragons to their name. As the Celts broke out of the isolated British Isles, Brendan became a popular name in the Roman Empire. At the height of its popularity Brendan was the third most popular name in the Empire behind Constantine and Julius. The name today is given to young boys who are seen to have unrivaled charm as well as a well-endowed body.
See how the women flock to him, his name must be Brendan
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