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Names That Mean Gift

  • Janice

    The name Janice is a girl's name meaning "God's gracious gift". For a minute or two this sounded more modern than Janet, now equally outmoded. Read More 

  • Jenica

    The name Jenica is a girl's name of Romanian origin meaning "God's gracious gift". Jenica might work if you can't decide between Jennifer and Jessica. It's certainly a more distinctive option.Read More 

  • Jesse

    The name Jesse is a unisex name of Hebrew origin meaning "gift". King David's father turned 1980s cowboy, Jesse is now down in popularity. The name is associated with a wide variety of bearers,... Read More 

  • Jevon

    The name Jevon is a boy's name of Welsh origin meaning "gift of God". Yet another offshoot of the original John, also sometimes used as Jevan or Yevan.Read More 

  • Jon

    The name Jon is a boy's name of Hebrew origin meaning "God is gracious; or gift of Jehovah". Streamlined version of the classic boys' names, sometimes a short form of Jonathan, which is in fact... Read More 

  • Jonathan

    The name Jonathan is a boy's name of Hebrew origin meaning "gift of Jehovah". Jonathan was derived from the Hebrew name Yehonatan, eventually contracted to the modern Yonatan, meaning “gift of... Read More 

  • Jonty

    The name Jonty is a boy's name of British origin meaning "gift of Jehovah". Jaunty, to say the least, Jonty might be an option if Johnny feels too old school. It has been noticed most often on... Read More 

  • Maceo

    The name Maceo is a boy's name of Spanish origin meaning "gift of God". This semi-obscure historic name was recently chosen for their son by Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez.

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  • Makana

    The name Makana is a girl's name meaning "gift". A nice meaning -- congruent with the recent vogue for names like Blessing -- helps offset this Hawaiian name's proximity to overused Makayla and... Read More 

  • Mateo

    The name Mateo is a boy's name of Spanish, Italian, Latin origin meaning "gift of God". Mateo is the Spanish form of Matthew, which derived from the Hebrew name Mattiyahu, consisting of the... Read More 

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