Jorde meaning and origin
Unusual Old Norse Jorde is used as a unisex name. Jorde is derivative of Jord. Jord is variant of Jörð. Jord is diminutive of Jordison. Jord is equivalent of Gjord in Norwegian language. Jord's meaning is River of Biblical Regions is rooted from Hebrew and English.
Variants of JordeNames that rhyme with Jorde
Popularity of Jorde
Jorde is a rare baby name in United States, chances of it being still in use are very slim. Also, Jorde is a familiar name in North Macedonia. As per our estimate, over 200 babies have been bestowed Jorde around the globe.
What numbers say about Jorde?
Although you like to prove a person who's the boss, your goal is to teach everyone how to win things they want. Not everyone deserves your attention. You are a good listener but the advice you give is taken by a pinch of salt by others. You are against the cruelty of any kind and have a short temper. Open your eyes before it's too late and explore your options. Searching for answers can sometimes make you feel miserable and disappoint you because you can't find answers to all your questions.
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- Davi - Majorly used in Swedish and Danish atypical, Davi is used as a gender insensitive name that came from Hebrew, meaning of Davi is "Beloved"
Namesakes of Jorde
- Jordenn Thompson in A Haunted House as Actress
- Jorden Bennie in Episode #1.1 as Actor