Gwenda is a feminine given name of Welsh origin. It was apparently coined in the 20th century using the Welsh adjectives gwen "white, fair, blessed" and da "good", and may also be a variant of Gwendolen or a feminine form of Gwyndaf, a Welsh saint. The name was "regularly used until the 1960s, now rare."
Gwenda is baby girl name mainly popular in Christian religion and its main origin is English. Gwenda name meanings is Fair, holy, white. Other similar sounding names can be Gwenyth, Gomti, Ganda, Gunith, Ganit, Gunitha, Gwenneth, Gannath, Ginette, Gandhaa, Genette, Gennadi, Gweneth, Gennady, Ganitha, Gannaath, Gunita, Gunda, Gandhi, Gandha, Guneet, Gomati.
Each letter meanings in Gwenda Name.
GGoal, your eye on the future.
WWilling, to go the extra mile
EEnjoy, your life can be fun!
NNotable, distinguished are your feats
DDazzle, the sparkle of you.
AAccountable, someone to be counted on
Gwenda Name Combinations.
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Gwenda as First Name
Popular personalities with Gwenda Name.
Gwenda Hawkes was an ambulance driver and racing driver. Gwenda was born in 1894 in Preston, England. She left this life on May 27th, 1990.
Gwenda Thomas is a National Assembly for WalesWelsh. Gwenda was born on January 22nd, 1942 in Neath, Wales.
Gwenda Morgan was a in the field of wood engraving. Gwenda was born on February 1st, 1908 in Petworth, West Sussex, England. She breathed her last breath in 1991.
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