Names That Mean Thought

  1. Tana
    • Origin:

      English, Frisian, Spanish, Slavic
    • Meaning:

      "thought or sweetheart"
    • Description:

      An Ethiopian place-name and multicultural diminutive for many names, including the Slavic Tatiana and the Spanish Cayetana. Tana is also a rare Frisian name, meaning "thought", as well as a masculine name meaning "sweetheart" in the Turkic Karachay-Balkar language.
  2. Pansy
    • Origin:

      English flower name from French
    • Meaning:

      "thought"
    • Description:

      Pansy is an early floral name that lost credibility when it became a derogatory slang term for gay people. Better these days: Posy or Poppy.
  3. Ganymede
    • Origin:

      Greek
    • Meaning:

      "glad thought"
    • Description:

      In Greek mythology, Ganymede was Trojan youth who was so beautiful that he was carried off to be Zeus' cup-bearer, and made immortal. His name may derive from Greek ganymai "to be glad" plus medomai "to think, to plan".
  4. Hugin
    • Origin:

      Old Norse
    • Meaning:

      "mind, spirit, thought"
    • Description:

      "Huggin? As in 'it out'?"
  5. Pensée
    • Origin:

      French
    • Meaning:

      "thought"
    • Description:

      An interesting thought.
  6. Tomke
    • Origin:

      Frisian
    • Meaning:

      "thought"
    • Description:

      A popular Frisian female name which may derive from names containing the element thanc, meaning "thought".