Names That Mean Gold or Golden
Description:If you're looking for a creative way to get to Neve, Nevena is a lovely option.
Description:A bright and cheery flower name, which could make a great bold middle.
Description:She's the bff of Blair, Blake, and Brooke who shop at Bergdorf's, Bonwits and Bendel's.
Description:A bird name from the same Latin root as Aurelia.
Origin:Spanish from Greek
Meaning:"gift of the sun"
Description:Spanish form of Eleadora
Description:More often heard in the West as a surname, Zarin could work as a first for boys or girls.
Origin:Native American, Omaha
Description:Though unrelated, this would probably be taken as a fanciful spelling of Patsy.
Description:Ochre is an exceedingly rare name, found only a few times since the nineteenth century, and not showing up in any current data. Yet it means much the same thing as popular Sienna (another clay coloured with iron oxide) and sounds similar to fashionable Oakley. A strong earthy nature name that is both unusual and evocative.
Description:"Golden head" is a great name meaning for a blonde child, although the meaning of Pennoyer refers to the Golden Valley of Herefordshire, England. Pen means "head" in Welsh, while aur is the Latin root for "gold."
Description:Modern form of the Classical name Xanthippe, name of Socrates' wife, this name is often used as a by-word for a nagging, scolding woman.
Description:Xanthipe, also spelled Xanthippe, is the name of the wife of Socrates. Challenging for English speakers, it's also dramatic and alluring.
Meaning:"the gold of Jehovah"
Description:Often heard in Israel, spelled with or without the final h.
Description:A warm and sunny shade of yellow.
Description:Taken from two slavic root words (Zlato meaning gold and Žara meaning morning glow), this unusual name is catching the attention of parents in both Bulgaria and Russia.
Origin:Feminization of Zlatan