Female, Japanese, Nature, S names, Virtues/Attributes

Sonoko

Sonoko is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: sono 園 "garden; park" + ko 子 "child" (園子); sono 苑 "garden; park; farm" + o 乃 (a possessive particle; from, whereupon, accordingly) + ko 子 "child" (苑乃子); sono 苑 "garden; park; farm" + ko 子 "child"; sono 苑 "garden; park; farm" + ko 胡 ""barbarian; foreign" (苑胡); sono 苑 "garden; park; farm" + ko 香… Continue reading Sonoko

English, G names, Latin, Male, Old English, Persian, Place names, Slavic, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes, Welsh

Gordan, Gordon

Gordan originates from South Slavic  gord meaning "dignified" or"proud" from Proto-Slavic good. The name is pronounced gor-dahn. Spelled Gordon (pr. gor-den), it's a Scottish surname derived from a place name meaning "spacious fort" from Welsh elements gor (spacious) and din (fort) though it may also come from Old English meaning "mud hill" or "dirty hill". Another possible etymology of Gordon is from Gallo-Roman… Continue reading Gordan, Gordon

Avestan, D names, Earth, Elements, English, Female, Hebrew, Hindu mythology, Irish, Irish mythology, Male, Mythology, Nickname names, Persian, Proto-Indo-European, Slavic, Surname names, Unisex, Virtues/Attributes, Water, Word names

Dana

Dana is an English unisex name though it has multiple origins and meanings. As an English given name it's derived from a surname, a variant of Dane, referring to someone who came from Denmark or had Danish descent. It could also be a variant of D'Aunay, a Huguenot French name derived from several place names in France called Aunay,… Continue reading Dana