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The name Jordan is a baby boy name. The name Jordan comes from the Hebrew origin. In Hebrew The meaning of the name Jordan is: To flow down. Flowing down.


Name Information
Boy or Girl ?: boy
Origin of name: Hebrew
Meaning: To flow down. Flowing down.
Expression number: 8
SoulUrge Number: 7
Average Visitor Rating: 4.00 (Out of 5)
Number of ratings: 157

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My Name :)
written by Jordan, May 30, 2008
i love my name and i am a girl.
Im a Jordan too!
written by J, July 15, 2008
Im a girl and i never wanted to change my name.
but my middle name is wilson, so it sometimes makes life interesting, particularly when people haven't met me.
had the tax department fooled for a while (not intentionally)
its not my fault i have a mans name!
thinking about naming my son....
written by Angel, August 20, 2008
im thinking about naming my son Jordyn Izaiah...and i also have a few other names in mind, but i am being induced in 5 days so i kinda need to make a decision pretty quick??
my son jordan
written by elaine francis, September 11, 2008
I have a 31 year old son called Jordan, and if anyone knew him they would never believe Jordan could be a girls name. He is over 6' and big and hairy, but a very kind and gentle man.
My brother's name
written by Jillian Rounds, September 28, 2008
My brother's name is Jordan Palmer. We were so close that when I had my daughter I named her Sophia Jordan. The names definitly suit them.
love it!!!!!!!!
written by kristen, October 15, 2008
I LOVE THIS NAME!!!!!!!!!it is my favorite girl name
...
written by Brittany, October 16, 2008
i really like this name for a girl im thinking about jordan for a girl
The name Jordan
written by Rhonda, June 27, 2009
My son is Jordan. We had planned to name him Jordan had he been a girl. I loved the name then and love it now. The spelling Jordyn wasn't popular 14 yrs. ago, so would have spelled it the same. I do like the spelling Jordyn. I love my son's name it's heard of but not overused.

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