Popularity:5998
Origin:Latin
Other Origin(s):Greek
Meaning:Wild fig; Pine trees; Gold
Everything your little one touches will turn to gold with the lovely name Orinda. Of Latin origin and typically feminine, Orinda has quite a few definitions, allowing baby to choose their favorite one to make their own. It is derived from the Ancient Greek Ólunthos, meaning “wild fig” or “pine trees.” Orinda is also thought to mean “gold,” coming from the Spanish word oro,” which might help remind baby of how precious they are.
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