Gershon seems to be a variant form of Gershom, a Hebrew male name possibly meaning “exile” though it could also be derived from Hebrew ger sham meaning “a stranger there”, though it’s also been interpreted as “a sojourner there”. I’ve also seen it listed as being derived from the Hebrew verb garash meaning “to drive or cast out”….
Doran is an Irish male name which comes from a surname, an anglicized form of O’Deoradhain meaning “descendant of Deorain”, the latter derived from Old Irish deoradán meaning “exile, wanderer” via deorad (stranger, outlander, exile, pilgrim). Doran could also be a variant spelling of Doron which comes from Ancient Greek meaning “gift”. Origin: Proto-Indo-European
Goliath is most famously associated with the giant who was defeated by King David with a slingshot, hurling a stone straight at his forehead killing him. The name comes from Hebrew either meaning “uncover, reveal” or “to go into exile”. Origin: Hebrew Variants: Golyat (Biblical Hebrew)
Dorian comes from the name of an ancient Greek tribe called the Dorians. According to mythology, they got their name from their founder, Dorus, which at first glance seems related to Greek doron meaning “gift” from Proto-Indo-European *déh₃rom (gift) from the root *deh₃- (to give). However, the exact origins of the name are not uncertain. It’s possible Dorian also derives from Proto-Indo-European…