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Meaning of the Name Oran

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The first name Oran is of Celtic/Gaelic, Celtic, Gaelic, Irish origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Celtic/Gaelic: Green
Celtic: White
Gaelic: Pale
Irish: Pale One
Irish: Pale Green
Gaelic: Green Life (Oren, Orin, Orren, Orrin)

Similar Names

Oram | Oren | Orham | Orin | Orion | Orm | Orman | Ornan | Orran | Orren |

Related Names

Abishag  (Biblical)
Ignorance of the Father
Alani  (Hawaiian)
Orange-bearing Tree
Asia  (Arabic)
Lively; the Rising Sun. The Name of the Continent Used As a Given Name. According to the Koran the Pharaoh's Wife Asia Raised the Infant Moses. A Variant of Aisha: Life
Asianne  (Arabic)
The Rising Sun. The Name of the Continent Used As a Given Name. According to the Koran the Pharaoh's Wife Asia Raised the Infant Moses. A Variant of Aisha: (Life)
Azia  (Arabic)
The Rising Sun. The Name of the Continent Used As a Given Name. According to the Koran the Pharaoh's Wife Asia Raised the Infant Moses. A Variant of Aisha: (Life)
Clement  (Latin)
From 'Clemens' Meaning Mild or Merciful. Famous Bearer: the British Nursery Rhyme 'Oranges and Lemons' Refers to a Church Dedicated to St Clement, a Disciple of St Paul Who Became a First Century Pope
Corann  (Celtic)
Mythical Druid
Corcoran  (Irish)
Cork; Reddish Skin. Surname
Corcoran  (Gaelic)
Reddish Skinned
Doran  (English)
Variant of Dorran 'stranger.'
Doran  (Greek)
A Gift
Doran  (Irish)
Stranger or Exile.Variant of Dorran
Doran  (Celtic)
Stranger
Dorran  (Irish)
Variant of Doran: Stranger
Fatima  (Arabic)
Captivating. Daughter of the Prophet Muhammad; One of Four Perfect Women Mentioned in the Koran. The Other Three Were Aisha; Khadijah; and Mary
Fatimah  (Arabic)
Variant of Fatima. Daughter of the Prophet Muhammad; One of Four Perfect Women Mentioned in the Koran. The Other Three Were Aisha; Khadijah; and Mary
Goran  (Greek)
Farmer
Goran  (Scandinavian)
Farmer; Form of George
Goran  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of George 'Farmer'
Gorane  (Spanish)
Holy Cross
Gorane  (Basque)
Holy Cross
Joran  (English)
The Fictional Character Jorel Father of Superman
Joran  (Scandinavian)
Variant of George
Karim  (Arabic)
Generous; a Friend. The Koran Lists Generosity As One of Qualities of God
Khadijah  (Arabic)
Muhammad's First Wife Who the Koran Describes As One of Four Perfect Women. (Fatima and Mary and Aisha Were the Others. )
Kharim  (Arabic)
Generous; a Friend. The Koran Lists Generosity As One of Qualities of God
Loran  (English)
Form of Lorenzo and Lawrence
Lorance  (English)
Modern Usage. 'From the Place of the Laurel Trees.'
Lorand  (Hungarian)
Crowned With Laurel
Loranna  (German)
Variant of Laura Referring to the Laurel Tree or Sweet Bay Tree Symbolic of Honor and Victory
Lorant  (Hungarian)
Crowned With Laurel
Lorant  (Hungarian)
Victoly
Lorant  (Latin)
Laurel
Lorraine  (Scottish)
A Surname Derived from the Name of a Province in Eastern France Which is Derived from the Latin Lotharingia (Territory of the People of Lothar). Variations: Lorane. Short Forms: Lori, Lorri. (Lor-rane
Manoranjan  (Indian)
one who pleases the mind
Manoranjan  (Hindu)
Amusing Person
Moran  (Irish)
Great
Orane  (French)
Rising
Orane  (Greek)
Rising
Raedanoran  (English)
From the Red Shore
Saffron  (English)
Both a Type of Crocus and the Expensive Orange Spice Made from the Stamen of This Flower
Sampooran  (Hindu)
Complete,Perfect
Taha  (Islamic)
Derived from the Arabic Letters T and H, Which are Opening Letters of the Twentieth Sura in Koran
Toran  (Irish)
Variant of Torrence: from the Craggy Hills
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Additional Names

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