I went to a baby shower yesterday afternoon. Peggy's daughter Lindsay is expecting a precious baby boy in September. Jackson is the chosen name. I remember trying to pick out a name when I was pregnant with Jonny. Laura Ann was the girl's name we picked. My husband liked the name John for a boy. I went to grade school with a boy who spelled his name, Jon. I liked the way it was spelled, and we both agreed on Jonathan. I looked up the meaning of Jonathan.....
The boy's name Jonathan \j(o)-na-than\ is pronounced JAHN-a-thun. It is of Hebrew origin, and its meaning is "gift of God". Biblical: the son of King Saul, Jonathan was noted for his manliness, generosity, and unselfishness.
He was a gift from God. He was generous and giving. He cared about those around him.
With my oldest son Brandon, we could not agree on a name. Being our first born, we struggled with the decision. I bought a baby name book, wrote down a list of boys and girls names. My husband went through the list of boys and narrowed it down to 2. Justin and Brandon. I liked Brandon better. However, I was in the labor room, and we were still wondering what we were going to do if the baby was a girl. We still could not agree on one.
The boy's name Brandon \b-ran-don, br(a)-ndon\ is pronounced BRAN-den. It is of Old English origin, and its meaning is "broom, gorse hill".
Based on our research, most people would imagine a person with the name Brandon to be: A tall, American boy, somewhat outgoing.
In one word, you might describe Brandon "outgoing" person.
This fits Brandon, he is very out going.