Other Origin(s):African
Meaning:Garden; King
To cultivate baby’s budding future, feminine Gana is a blissful choice. This Hebrew title comes from the gender-neutral Gan and means “garden.” As baby Gana grows and blossoms, so too will their inner garden flourish. Gana may also be a respelling of the African Ghana, a country in West Africa carrying the lofty definition of “king.” No matter your connection to this lyrical appellation, baby Gana will know they have the power to forge their path with seeds of prosperity.
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