Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Gordon"

People with the first name "Gordon"

Gordon Agnew Gordon Alee Gordon Anderson Gordon Anslow Gordon Arnold Gordon Aspey Gordon Barkham Gordon Barritt Gordon Batham Gordon Bavaird Gordon Beeson Gordon Begg Gordon Billinge Gordon Birch Gordon Bissett Gordon Blackley Gordon Blackstock Gordon Board Gordon Bonnar Gordon Brading Gordon Braithwaite Gordon Bramah Gordon Brand Gordon Brenchley Gordon Brettell Gordon Bunce Gordon Burt Gordon Cairns Gordon Calliste Gordon Canning Gordon Cassidy Gordon Chapman Gordon Chong Gordon Collins Gordon Condrey Gordon Conroy Gordon Coxhill Gordon Crosby Gordon Crossley Gordon Crothers Gordon Cummins Gordon Dean Gordon Devine Gordon Dimmer Gordon Dinnage Gordon Dochard Gordon Donoghue Gordon Downs Gordon Duffett Gordon Duncan Gordon Flynn Gordon Forrest Gordon Forsyth Gordon Gallagher Gordon Galloway Gordon Gamble Gordon Gilder Gordon Godley Gordon Gough Gordon Gurr Gordon Harding Gordon Hart Gordon Hausmann Gordon Hennell Gordon Hesketh Gordon Hockaday Gordon Hockings Gordon Holden Gordon Hu Gordon Hunt Gordon Hutchings Gordon Hutt Gordon Kay Gordon Kennedy Gordon Leckie Gordon Lightfoot Gordon Lind Gordon Linklater Gordon Lloyd Gordon Lumsden Gordon Macinnes Gordon Mack Gordon Maidment Gordon Michel Gordon Mills Gordon Mobbs Gordon Moran Gordon Moulsdale Gordon Rowan Gordon Ruddock Gordon Rutter Gordon Sandford Gordon Seymour Gordon Sidlow Gordon Simmonite Gordon Sutton Gordon Thorpe Gordon Todd Gordon Welford Gordon Wink

Information about "Gordon"

Name-day: 16.10.

For this Gordon there are 10723 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 200.

During the last seven days Gordon was searched for 7 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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