Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Gordon"

People with the first name "Gordon"

Gordon Atkins Gordon Bailey Gordon Baldwin Gordon Baynes Gordon Beal Gordon Beeby Gordon Bennett S-In Betheny Gordon Berry Gordon Beurskens Gordon Bibby-Trevor Gordon Birrell Gordon Brady Gordon Browne Gordon Buchanan Gordon Bushell Gordon Carpenter Gordon Clapperton Gordon Conquer Gordon Cooke Gordon Croll Gordon Cross Gordon Cutler Gordon Dawson Gordon Dennis Gordon Diment Gordon Dodd Gordon Ellis Gordon Fish Gordon Fitzgerald Gordon Fox Gordon Franks Gordon French Gordon Gentry Gordon Giles Gordon Glover Gordon Gollob Gordon Gravett Gordon Griffin Gordon Hailey Gordon Hardcastle Gordon Henderson Gordon Holt Gordon House Gordon Howarth Gordon Ingleby Gordon Jacobs Gordon Jordan Gordon Keeler Gordon Kier Gordon Lennon Gordon Lethorn Gordon Llewellyn Gordon Marsland Gordon Mccann Gordon Mcintyre Gordon Mckenzie Gordon Mclanaghan Gordon Michael Gordon Moodie Gordon Murphy Gordon Nicholson Gordon Orr Gordon Oswell Gordon Parsons Gordon Partridge Gordon Payne Gordon Pearce Gordon Porch Gordon Poulson Gordon Quinn Gordon Reid Gordon Richardson Gordon Robb Gordon Rose Gordon Saunders Gordon Schafer Gordon Sewell Gordon Sharma Gordon Simmons Gordon Snelling Gordon Strang Gordon Tait Gordon Thompson Gordon Titterton Gordon Towers Gordon Trimble Gordon Vajen Gordon Varney Gordon W. Robertson Gordon Walker Gordon Walters Gordon Ward Gordon Webb Gordon Wells Gordon Wheeler Gordon Wilkinson Gordon Wills Gordon Winship Gordon Woody Gordon Wright

Information about "Gordon"

Name-day: 16.10.

For this Gordon there are 10516 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 203.

During the last seven days Gordon was searched for 18 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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