To continue with the theme of my last post, here are some more names related to metals, though a bit more upscale than the previous ones. Whereas almost all of the names I found relating to metal, steel, iron, copper, and bronze were male, these names relating to gold and silver are much more evenly distributed among the sexes.
Aurum means “gold” in Latin.
Hiran means “silver” in Thai.
Hopea means “silver” in Finnish.
Jin can mean “gold, metal, money” in Chinese.
Jinhua can mean “brilliance/magnificence of gold” in Chinese.
Jinyu can mean “gold feather,” “gold jade,” and “gold, flawless gem” in Chinese.
Kanok means “gold” in Thai.
Kulta means “gold” and “dear, darling” in Finnish.
Lipaz means “my gold” in Hebrew.
Olaedo means “gold” in Igbo, a language spoken in Nigeria.
Paz means “gold” in Hebrew.
Souvankham is a Lao name derived from suvan (gold) and kham (golden, precious).
Souvanna means “gold” in Lao.
Spinzar literally means “white gold” in Pashto, though in actual practice means “silver.”
Vanna means “golden” in Khmer.
Vendi means “silver” in Telugu.
Voski means “gold” in Armenian.
Yari is a Spanish–Caribbean name supposedly derived from a Taino word meaning “small gold jewelry.”
Aranka means “gold” in Hungarian, and is also used as their form of Aurelia, which means the same thing. One of the nicknames is Ari.
Argenta is an Italian name of Greek origin, meaning “silver.”
Arianrhod means “silver wheel” or “round wheel” in Welsh.
Arianwen means “blessed/white/fair silver” in Welsh.
Altynai means “golden Moon” in Kazakh and Kyrgyz.
Altynshash means “golden voice” in Kazakh.
Anacaona means “golden flower” in Taino.
Aouregan means “golden face” or “shining gold” in Breton.
Ardita means “golden day” in Albanian.
Arjeta means “golden life” in Albanian.
Arlinda means “golden birth” in Albanian.
Arta means “golden” in Albanian.
Auria, or Aurea, means “golden” in Latin.
Ayzik means “gold” in Nivkh, a language spoken in Outer Manchuria.
Chrysanthemum means “golden flower” in Greek. I prefer this as a middle name paired with a shorter forename.
Chrysopelia means “golden dove” in Greek.
Dinara is a rare but gorgeous Russian, Kazakh, and Tatar name derived from the name of the Persian golden coin.
Eurddolen means “golden ring” in Welsh.
Eurgain means “splendid gold” in Welsh.
Eurwen is a Welsh name derived from the elements aur (gold) and gwen (white, fair, blessed).
Fidda means “silver” in Arabic.
Genji means “gold” in Chinese, and is somewhat of a rare name.
Ginko means “silver child” in Japanese.
Golda is Yiddish.
Gulazer means “golden rose” in Kurdish.
Hema means “golden” in Sanskrit.
Kanaka means “gold” in Sanskrit.
Kanchana means “golden” in Sanskrit.
Kezîzer means “golden fringe” in Kurdish.
Kula means “gold” in Hawaiian.
Lalzari means “golden ruby” in Pashto.
Lamar means “liquid gold” in Arabic. I’d avoid this in the Anglophone world, where the name (albeit with a different etymology) is exclusively male.
Lujayn means “silver” in Arabic.
Masayu means “pretty/beautiful gold” in Malay.
Millaray means “golden flower” in Mapuche.
Nubia possibly derives from the Ancient Egyptian nbw (gold).
Orabela means “golden-beautiful” in Esperanto.
Oravera means “true gold” in Judeo–Italian.
Órfhlaith means “golden princess” in Irish. Simplified, Anglicized forms are Orla, Orlagh, and Órlaith.
Oria is an Italian name probably derived from the Latin aurum, the Spanish oro, or the French or (gold). The elaborated form is Oriana.
Oriane, or Orianne, is the French version of Oriana.
Orinda is an English name possibly derived from the Spanish oro.
Orovida means “golden life” in Ladino (Judeo–Spanish).
Q’orianka means “golden eagle” in Quechuan, an indigenous South American language.
Qullqi means “silver” in Quechuan.
Quri means “gold” in Quechuan.
Quriquyllur means “golden star” in Quechuan.
Qurit’ika means “golden flower” in Quechuan.
Rukmini means “adorned with gold” in Sanskrit. This was Lord Krishna’s first wife.
Saffron is an English name which refers to the world’s most expensive spice, the flower it’s harvested from, and its orange-yellow colour. It ultimately derives from the Arabic za’faran, and probably a Persian word meaning “gold leaves.” This is also the name of Simon and Yasmin Le Bon’s middle daughter.
Silfrún is a modern Icelandic name meaning “silver secret.”
Simin means “silvery” in Persian.
Solgull is a modern Norwegian name meaning “golden Sun.”
Sona means “gold” in Hindi.
Sonal means “gold” in Hindi, Marathi, and Gujarati.
Sovanna means “golden, dream” in Khmer.
Tala means “gold” in Persian.
Teruworq means “good gold” in Amharic, the language spoken in Ethiopia.
Thangam means “gold” in Tamil.
Tylla means “gold” in Turkmeni.
Urairat means “glass and gold” in Thai.
Vosgedzin means “creator of gold” in Armenian.
Worknesh, or Werknesh, possibly means “you are like gold” in Amharic.
Wuraola means “gold of wealth” in Yoruba.
Zahava, or Zehava, means “gold” in Hebrew.
Zarafshan means “distributor of gold” in Persian.
Zarbaha means “gold” in Pashto.
Zareen means “golden” in Persian.
Zarsa means “like gold” in Persian.
Zaruhi is an Armenian name derived from the Persian zar (gold) and the Armenian feminine suffix uhi.
Zêrav means “golden water” in Kurdish.
Zêrda means “gold” in Kurdish.
Zêrgul means “golden rose” in Kurdish.
Zerrin means “golden” in Turkish.
Zlata means “golden” in Serbian, Czech, Slovenian, Slovak, Russian, Macedonian, and Croatian. The base nickname in most of those languages is Zlatica.
Zlatomira means “golden peace” in Bulgarian, Serbian, Slovenian, and Croatian.
Afwerki means “mouth of gold” in Tigrinyan, a language spoken in Eritrea and northern Ethiopia.
Altanbaatar means “gold hero” in Mongolian.
Ardit means “golden day” in Albanian.
Argento means “silver” in Esperanto.
Argyros means “silver” in Greek.
Arian means “golden life” in Albanian.
Arlind means “golden birth” in Albanian.
Armend means “golden mind” in Albanian.
Armir means “good gold” or “beautiful gold” in Albanian.
Auksys is a rare Lithuanian name meaning “gold.”
Aureus means “golden, gilded” in Latin.
Aurian means “gold” or “golden” in Latin.
Draupnir means “goldsmith” in Old Norse.
Eurig means “gold” in Welsh.
Eurion means “gold” in Welsh.
Florin means “piece of gold” in Albanian.
Goldmund means “gold mouth” and “golden protection” in German. This is the name of one of the two title characters in Hermann Hesse’s excellent Narcissus and Goldmund, which is set during the Middle Ages.
Kou means “gold” in Hmong.
Nhia means “silver” in Hmong.
Okropir means “gold mouth” in Georgian.
Oriol means “golden” in Catalan.
Pazel means “God’s gold” in Hebrew.
Pazi means “my gold” in Hebrew.
Perak means “silver” in Malay.
Prak means “silver” in Khmer.
Rezart means “golden ray” in Albanian.
Wunna means “gold” in Burmese.
Zilar means “silver” in Medieval Basque.
Zlatan is the male form of Zlata, The base nickname form in most languages is Zlatko.
Zlatibor means “golden battle” in Serbian and Croatian. This is also the name of a Serbian mountain.
Zlatomir is the masculine form of Zlatomira.