Derived from the welsh name "afal"; often associated with the island that King Arther's sword Caliburn was forged. The island of Avalon is also often associated with an island that yields beautiful apples.
The name "Avalon" as used in the context of a feminine name, describes one who possesses beauty unrivaled by any other. In the modern context, those who possess the name Avalon are seen as 'One who is as rare as the legendary sword forged for a king Arther', thus, "Avalon" is one of a kind- a woman of such magnitude that all others have no choice but to bow down and submit themselves as none other than a subordinate. This is especially true in the context of intellectual superiority and unrivaled inner spirit.
The name also carries ties to the native American legend of a small coyote that possessed such love and purity that a massive heard of rampaging Buffalo's stoped mid-stampede and bowed down to the Coyot Avalon as it lay defensively in the brush.
"Even today King Arthur's legend lives on in Isle of Avalon"