Metallic Names

Aneirin

ANeirin: Welsh name derived from older Neirin, meaning all gold; very precious

Aneurin

Variant of Welsh Aneirin, meaning all gold; very precious

aranka

Hungarian form of Aurelia, meaning "golden."

Ardit

Albanian name meaning golden day

Ardita

Feminine form of Albanian Ardit, meaning golden day

argyris

Variant of Greek Argyros, meaning "silver."

Argyros

Greek name meaning "silver."

Arian

Albanian name meaning golden life

Ariana

Feminine form of Albanian Arian, meaning golden life

Arianrhod

Silver wheel Modern form of the Welsh Aranrhod which has a different origin and meaning. This form of the name is composed of the elements arian silver and rhod wheel

Arjan

Dutch form of English Adrian, meaning from Hadria

Arjana

Feminine form of Albanian Arjan, meaning golden life

Arlind

Albanian name meaning gold

Arlinda

Feminine form of Albanian Arlind, meaning gold

Armend

Albanian name meaning golden mind

Arta

Albanian name, possibly from the Greek city name, meaning golden

Aurel

German and Romanian form of Roman Aurelius, meaning "golden."

Aurele

French form of Roman Aurelius, meaning golden

Aurelia

Feminine form of Roman Aurelius, meaning golden

Aureliano

Spanish form of Roman Aurelianus, meaning "golden."

Aurelianus

Roman name derived from Aurelius, meaning golden

Aurelie

Feminine form of French Aurele, meaning golden

Aurelien

French form of Roman Aurelianus, meaning golden

Aurelio

Italian and Spanish form of Roman Aurelius, meaning "golden."

Aurelius

Roman name derived from Latin aureus, meaning golden

Aureliusz

Polish form of Roman Aurelius, meaning "golden."

Aurnia

Irish name meaning golden lady

Barzilai

Aramaic name meaning man of iron

Benipe

Egyptian name meaning iron

Besart

Albanian name meaning golden oath

Chrysanta

English name derived from the word chrysanthemum, itself from Greek chrysanthemon, marigold, literally meaning golden flower, from chrysos gold and anthemon a flower

Chrysanthe

Feminine form of Greek Chrysanthos, meaning "golden flower."

Chrysanthos

"Golden flower." Greek name composed of the elements chrysos "gold" and anthemon "a flower."

Chrysaor

Greek myth name of a giant son of Poseidon and Medusa, meaning "golden sword."

Chryseis

Greek myth name of the daughter of Chryses, meaning "golden."

Chryses

Greek myth name of a priest of Apollo, derived from the word chrysos, meaning "golden."

Chryssa

Nickname for English Chrysanta, meaning golden flower

Cressida

English literary name based on the Greek myth name Khryseis, itself from khrysos, meaning gold

Earta

Albanian name meaning the golden one

Einion

Welsh name meaning anvil

Elidyr

Welsh name meaning brass, bronze

Eurig

Welsh name derived from the element aur, meaning gold

Eurwen

Welsh name composed of the elements aur gold and (g)wen fair, holy, white

Ferro

Old Italian byname for someone with a sturdy physique, meaning "iron."

Ferruccio

Diminutive form of Italian Ferro, meaning "little iron one."

Fidda

Arabic name meaning silver

Fizza

Variant of Arabic Fidda, meaning silver

Gina (文子)

Nickname for English and Italian names containing the element -gina.

Giolladhe

Irish name meaning golden

Golda

Yiddish name meaning gold

Golde

Variant of Yiddish Golda, meaning gold

Goldie

English form of Yiddish Golda, meaning gold In some cases it was derived from the English nickname for a blonde

Huojin

Chinese name meaning fire metal

Ironside

Gareth, Lyonesse, Red Knight of the Red Launds

Jinhai

Chinese name meaning golden sea

Jinjing

Chinese name meaning gold mirror

kim

Kim cuc

Vietnamese name meaning golden chrysanthemum

Kim-ly

Vietnamese name meaning golden lion

Kin (欽)

Japanese name meaning golden

Lujayn

Arabic name meaning silver

Marigold

English flower name, itself composed of the name Mary beloved and the word gold

Maza blaska

Native American Dakota name meaning flat iron

Midas

Greek myth name of a king of Phrygia who could turn anything he touched into gold. Meaning of the name is unknown.

Neirin

Older form of Welsh Aneirin, meaning all gold; very precious Neirin ap Dwywei was the name of the Welsh poet who wrote the Book of A*Neirin and Y Gododdin.

Nuada

Irish myth name of a king of the Tuatha Dé Danann. The name may ultimately derive from Proto-Indo-European sneudh, meaning fog But it is the epithet Airgetlám (silver arm/hand) which Nuada will probably always be best remembered by; this was bestowed on him after his hand or arm was cut off by the Fir Bolg warrior in the first Battle of Magh Tuiredh.

Nubia

English and Spanish name derived from the African country name, itself possibly from the Egyptian word nbw, meaning "gold."

Nubit

Variant of Egyptian Nubiti, meaning golden lady

Nubiti

Egyptian name meaning golden lady

Nye

Pet form of Welsh Aneirin, meaning all gold; very precious

Ofir

Original Hebrew form of biblical Ophir, meaning gold

Ophir

Biblical name of a son of Joktan. It is also the name of the place where King Solomon was said to have received a cargo load of gold, silver, jewels, and other precious items, every three years. Most sources say that the meaning of the name is unknown. However, Rabbi Alfred J. Kolatch, author of the Complete Dictionary of English and Hebrew First Names, states matter-of-factly that the name (in its Hebrew form, Ofir) means gold

Orabel

English variant of Italian Orabella, meaning golden beautiful

Orabela

Esperanto name meaning golden beautiful

Orabella

Italian name meaning "golden beautiful."

Orabelle

French form of Italian Orabella, meaning golden beautiful

Oral

Swiss form of Roman Aurelius, meaning "golden."

Oralee

Variant of English Oralie, meaning golden

Oralie

English variant of French Aurélie, meaning golden

Orel

Swiss form of Roman Aurelius, meaning "golden."
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