Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Gordon"

People with the first name "Gordon"

Gordon Arthur Gordon Astall Gordon Austin Gordon Barclay Gordon Barker Gordon Barton Gordon Bell Gordon Blue Gordon Brannan Gordon Brooks Gordon Bryant Gordon Bush Gordon Carroll Gordon Carson Gordon Cole Gordon Conlon Gordon Coster Gordon Dahms Gordon David Gordon Davison Gordon Denman Gordon Dine Gordon Dixon Gordon Donaldson Gordon Elwood Gordon Evans Gordon Faulkner Gordon Finch Gordon Fleming Gordon Fletcher Gordon Garcia Gordon Garforth Gordon Garrity Gordon Gerdes Gordon Gledhill Gordon Goodwin Gordon Goudie Gordon Gray Gordon Green Gordon Hamilton Gordon Harris Gordon Havey Gordon Hawkins Gordon Haywood Gordon Helmer Gordon Hodges Gordon Jenkins Gordon Jewkes Gordon Joy Gordon Kenyon Gordon Kirk Gordon Lamont Gordon Lapsley Gordon Lawrence Gordon Linacre Gordon Loughton Gordon Lovett Gordon Mackenzie Gordon Maclean Gordon Malcolm Gordon Masson Gordon Matheson Gordon Maxwell Gordon May Gordon Mays Gordon Mcdermott Gordon Mcguinness Gordon Mclellan Gordon Moss Gordon Neaves Gordon Nesbit Gordon Oneill Gordon Owens Gordon Perkins Gordon Pritchard Gordon Quinlan Gordon Relf Gordon Rice Gordon Ringold Gordon Rodgers Gordon Seaman Gordon Simpson Gordon Sinclair Gordon Steele Gordon Stout Gordon Sturrock Gordon Summers Gordon Sweeney Gordon Treadwell Gordon Tully Gordon University Gordon Vincent Gordon Warren Gordon Warrender Gordon Watkins Gordon Whistance Gordon Whitehead Gordon Willis Gordon Winch Gordon Wood

Information about "Gordon"

Name-day: 16.10.

For this Gordon there are 10742 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Gordon are: Arthur, Bale, Evans

In the ranking of the most common first names Gordon is on position 201.

During the last seven days Gordon was searched for 4 times.

Meaning of "Gordon"

Male first name (English, Scottish):; (?) Gordon big hill, Celtic (surname as first name); gor = large; dun = the hills, dunes, the Fort, originally a Scottish surname, the name of one of the largest clans; perhaps Gaelic / Celtic origin with the meaning 'big hill', perhaps Old French / Norman origin, from one of several cities in France called 'Gourdon'

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