Alamar - FulvioPage 1/2 of 40 Gold names.
Alamar 1 .. Based on Arabic element. "Gilded, covered with gold." Rare. Compare Alamar and popular surname Alar (top 96%), which also begins with Ala-. Spanish name that also means to .. [Alomar]
Amarillo 2 .. Derived fr. Spanish word. "Yellow." Not in popularity charts. Place name ..
Aristides 3 .. .. statesman during the Golden Age of .. Usage of Aristides, Ari, etc. as boys' names in 2014 was 3.8% less than 2013. [Ari, .. 2 more]
Arun 4 .. .. rich hues of gold and rubies. Arun, like the similar-sounding Arne, exists more usually as a last name. See also Arran.
Aurelio 5 .. From Latin word. "Golden." Aurel, Aureli, Aureliano, Aurelius and Aurelo are more unique as forms of Aurelio. Spanish form of the family name .. [Aurel, Aureliano, .. 4 more]
Berg 6 .. Usually found as a suffix in .. Not Top 1000 names. [Berger, Burgh, .. 2 more]
Blain 7 .. Stems fr. Gaelic element. "Yellow." Blainne and Blainni are kreatif variations. Anglicized form of the Gaelic personal .. [Blaine, .. 3 more]
Bowie 8 .. Origin fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Blond." Ranked in Top 1000. Colonel James Bowie, scout and originator .. [Bow, .. 1 more]
Boyd▼ 9 .. .. to Gaelic "buidhe", meaning "yellow, blond" .. Somewhat widely used as boys' names, Boyd and Boid are comparable to the common Loyd. [Boid]
Crisanto 10 .. Derivative of Spanish, Greek. "Gold flower." Not in popularity charts. Usually refers to a chrysanthemum. [Cresento, Crizant, Crizanto, .. 1 more]
Dewitt 11 .. Derived fr. Flemish language. "Blond." Witt is more unconventional as a form of Dewitt. Early American statesman DeWitt Clinton. [Dwight, .. 1 more]
Dwight▼ 12 .. Derived fr. Flemish language. "White or blond." Dwight is a recognizable (top 21%) first name, and occurs commonly (top 9%) as a last name. Variant of DeWitt ..
Eldorado 13 .. Derived fr. Spanish language. "The golden man." Rare. Eldorado is not listed in the US Census. Place name ..
Elvio 14 .. Stems fr. Spanish, Latin words. "Blond." Uncommon as a baby name, but Elvio is similar to the more familiar Elvin. From helvus.
Ermenegildo 15 .. .. which may also refer to gold. Outside Top 1000. [Gildo]
Eurion 16 .. Derivative of Welsh language. "Golden." Rare. Eurion (cf. Endimion) ends with the unconventional androgynous -ion. See also Eron. Masculine form of Euron.
Fargo 17 .. banking in the gold rush camps .. Not Top 1000 name. See also Largo.
Fingal 18 .. .. a byname for blond Norse settlers .. Finn (upper 1%), Fingal (80%) and Fin (95%) exist regularly as surnames. [Fin, Finn, .. 2 more]
Flavian 19 .. Origin fr. Latin language. "Yellow hair." Not in popularity charts. Originally a Latin clan name Flā .. [Flavel, Flaviano, Flavius, Flawiusz, .. 3 more]
Fulvio 20 .. .. originally described someone with blond hair. Not in Top 1000. See also Flavio.
Summary of Gold names (and variants) for boys.Alamar - Fulvio
Alamar [Alomar], Amarillo, Aristides [Ari, Aristide, Aristeides], Arun, Aurelio [Aurel, Oriel, Aurelo, Aureli, Aurelius, Aureliano], Berg [Burg, Burgh, Bergh, Berger], Blain [Blane, Blaine, Blaney, Blayne], Bowie [Bow, Bowen], Boyd▼ [Boid], Crisanto [Crizant, Cresento, Crisento, Crizanto], Dewitt [Witt, Dwight], Dwight▼, Eldorado, Elvio, Ermenegildo [Gildo], Eurion, Fargo, Fingal [Fin, Finn, Fingall, Fionghall], Flavian [Flavel, Flavio, Flavien, Flavius, Flavelle, Flaviano, Flawiusz], FulvioGilby - Zahavi
Gilby [Gillby, Gilbey, Gillbie, Gillbey], Golding [Golden, Goldman], Goldsmith [Goldshmidt, Goldschmidt], Goldwin [Goldwyn, Goldewin, Goldewyn, Goldwinn, Goldwynn], Guildford [Gilford, Guilford], Kenyon▼, Kim▼, Ladon, Ofir [Ofeer, Ophir], Ophir [Ofir], Orel [Orry, Oral, Orel, Oriel, Orrel], Oro, Orville▼ [Orv, Orvil, Orval, Orvell, Orvelle], Pazel [Paz], Saffron [Saffran, Saffren, Saphron], Savyon [Savion], Taji, Xanthus [Xanthos], Yukon, Zahavi