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Top Names That Mean Bold

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GunnerHeart

  • Origin:

    Scandinavian variation of Gunther
  • Meaning:

    "bold warrior"
  • Description:

    The kind of nouveau macho name favored by NRA-leaning parents. Killers' frontman Brandon Flowers gave it to his son in 2009. Gunnar is another spelling that makes the name a bit less militaristic.

FernandoHeart

  • Origin:

    Spanish and Portuguese variation of Ferdinand
  • Meaning:

    "bold voyager"
  • Description:

    Can you hear the drums Fernando? Although 58% of Nameberries prefer Ferdinand to Fernando, the Iberian variant has a softer, more romantic feel that makes it a better fit with all those Javiers, Lorenzos and Matteos.

GunnarHeart

  • Origin:

    Scandinavian variation of Gunther
  • Meaning:

    "bold warrior"
  • Description:

    A key figure in Norse legend and a traditional Scandinavian favorite making inroads here.

FernandaHeart

  • Origin:

    Feminine variation of Fernando, Spanish and Portuguese version of German Ferdinand
  • Meaning:

    "bold voyager"
  • Description:

    Fernanda is very popular in the Latino community, with a lot more charm than its male counterpart. The standard nickname is Nanda, and variations include Ferdinanda and Fernandina.

CoenHeart

  • Origin:

    Dutch diminutive of Coenraad
  • Meaning:

    "bold advisor"
  • Description:

    Like many short forms now popular as full names in the Netherlands, Coen—also spelled Koen—originated as the diminutive of the more old-fashioned Coenraad, the Dutch Conrad. May be confused in the US with Cohen, which stems from the Jewish surname designating a priest.
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